Going Colorfully

Spring/ Summer 2013 VersusSpring/ Summer 2013 Just CavalliSeason’s Trend: Colorful Eye Makeup

Spring and summer trends have always been more colorful. So, for this season, many fashion houses suggest us to add some color to our eye makeup with eyeshadow or even with colorful eyeliners, and not only to the lower lash line but to the upper as well, keeping the rest makeup minimal.

Thick blue liner along the upper lashline was the makeup look of the models in the runway shows of Just Cavalli, Mary Katrantzou, and Versus.


On the other hand, the models of Michael Kors and Kenzo  were rocking yellow, green and aqua graphic liner looks.


The look of the models in the Stella McCartney’s show was subtler with emerald green eyeliner along the waterline and nothing else other than mascara. By the way, emerald green is the color of 2013 (click).


The models of the show of Giorgio Armani and Tibi were spotted with aqua eyeshadow looks.


At the same time, the models of Louis Vuitton’s show went for glossy tangerine eye makeup.


The colorful eye makeup look seems to be a trend that celebrities have already adapted to their looks, especially in blue hues (featuring Olivia Wilde, Ashley Benson, Selena Gomez, Jessica Alba, Christina Milian and Kate Mara).

 Annasophia Robb Seventeen magazine

In this May’s issue of Seventeen magazine, AnnaSophia Robb is wearing thick blue eyeliner that matches her nail design. Get a closer look here.


Other Spring/ Summer 20 13 Trends:

Bright lipsSping Summer 2013 Trend MinimalismSping Summer 2013 Trend Shades of Brown


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