Valentine’s Day is a fantastic opportunity to bust out reds and pinks, get dressed up, and accessorize with sparkling accents. Valentine’s Day is the day out of the year to experiment with bold, intense colors. Plan your Valentines Day makeup in advance to make the evening a little less stressful. Men notice eyes and lips first on the face. Make your lips soft and kissable, for a memorable valentine.
This year’s top make-up combination ideas
- Navy and Peach: For that classic black smoky eye and nude lipstick look , try navy and peach. The blue of the shadow will make eyes look wider and brighter, and the peach will create the warmth.
- White and Whisper Pink: White shadow will make your eyes look bigger and luminescent, and soft pink lip color will enhance your sex appeal.
- Burnt Orange and Seashell Coral: For that burnt orange colored eye shadow look, and brush it on the crease of your eye. Next, brush a copper color onto your eyelid, then brush the burnt orange color on the outside crease of your eye and blend into the middle of your eye. Then, brush the color lightly on the bottom waterline of your eye. After this, brush a brown eye shadow on the outer v and crease of your eye, then blend. Apply black eyeliner to the top and bottom of the eye, then apply false eyelashes to the top of the eye, followed b mascara. This will finish your burnt orange makeup look, perfect for fall! The dark orange on eyes cancels out tired-looking purple-ish tones. This is a sure hit with youngsters.
- Ruby and Buff: Red lips contrasted with buff-toned Valentine makeup will definitely make a lasting mark.
- Silver and Bubble Gum: There cannot be a better pairing than silver and bubble-gum pink for you for that sexy look. This highly feminine look will brighten up your whole face.
- Carbon Black and Crimson: If you are in search of a powerfully seductive look, try this palette. Rich black liner, tangerine shadow, and a crimson lip color will get you noticed. Suitable for a night out.
Play with colors on this Valentine.
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