SEP 2018

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[ 30 ] • # dayspamagazine • september 2018 4 W hen runway artists weren't layering on the glitter, they opted for a somewhat simpler eye makeup approach, implementing bursts of bold color that made a major impact—think canary yellow "fl oating" liner, purple falsies and white mascara. When it comes to recreating the trend, Nancy Ogden West, director of business development and education for Colorlab Cosmetics, recommends using the client's eye color as inspiration. "Apply a matching hue or use a contrasting shade," she suggests. "You can also line the eye in one color, then use a complementary shade to off set it." For clients too timid to try bold liner, off er tinted mascara instead. "Shades of green, black-violet and bordeaux are beautiful for daytime wear, while bright pink, blue and purple are best for evening," notes Ogden West. One hue to avoid all costs? Red, as it can draw attention to any redness in the eye. "Lash tipping is also a great alternative for clients who fear a full-colored lash," adds Ogden West. "Simply apply black or brown mascara to the base of the lashes, then colored mascara to the tips." 1. TheLashChick Ombre Lavender Tri Tone Volume Multi Length Tray | • 2. Ladyburd Lash Excellence Mascara in Vibrant Blue | 3. LASHFOOD Ultra-Rich Volumizing Mascara | • 4. Ardell Color Impact Demi Wispies in Plum | 5. Palladio Line Out Loud Intense Shimmer Liner in Trinket | • 6. Jane Iredale Mystikol Powdered Eyeliner in Emerald | C olor Pop ProTip "Use medical tape as a stencil for your eyeliner to create a perfect line every time." —Michael Moore, Colorlab Cosmetics 1 3 2 6 5 CHROMAT NOAM GALAI/© GETTY IMAGES autumn arrivals

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