Fashion magazines will have you thinking there are certain things you should and shouldn’t do depending on the seasons. You know, like wearing dark in the winter and sticking to bright colors in the summer. But you know what? Fashion magazines are not the boss of you! Summer people are welcome to keep playing around with sunkissed looks when the temperatures drop, and winter people can still enjoy an aubergine-colored top in the middle of August. The following are winter-inspired makeup trends you can try any time of the year if you so desire. Have a crack at them!
Choosing bright and rich metallic eyes is the ideal approach to breaking out from a simplified makeup regimen. This adds drama to any of your party or event ensembles. Dab the colors you feel most secure with, but if you’re unsure, a splash of metallic gold is always an option.
Eye jewels have been having a moment since the HBO drama “Euphoria” premiered, and they will continue to do so if you choose to wear them whenever you feel like adding some drama to your look. Enhance your eye appearance by adding pearls or crystals to your lash line or crease. This is an enjoyable and straightforward trend that is best suited for people willing to try it.
Electrifying graphic eyeliner will be unconventional to bring attention to your eyes. This is the trend you should embrace if you’re not as adventurous with your eyeshadows. Instead of lining your lash line, experiment with creative placements of your brightening liner shade on your lids.
You may have seen some people sporting splashes of icy blue shadow on their lids. It’s not your typical winter makeup look, though it does bring up thoughts of Elsa from “Frozen”. This color brightens your eyes without being scary, making it excellent for people who like a more subtle look. Combine it with your favorite winter daytime ensembles, and keep in mind that the more you combine, the more diluted the appearance of the shadow will be.
It would be against the rules to conclude our list of winter-inspired makeup trends without including a solid and dark lip color. However, instead of the traditional red lip, go for the season’s hottest shade—burgundy. Use a lip brush to achieve the best results.