- “For dark circles, use highlighter instead of concealer. It sounds counterintuitive, but the light reflects your eyes to change the color and brighten the area.” —Makeup artist Domnique Samuel for Maybelline at the Ostwald Helgason Spring 2015 show.
- “For a no-makeup makeup look, use a beige eyeliner on the lower lash line instead of a white eyeliner to brighten up the eye. It looks more natural. Then top it off with a neutral lipstick for added texture.” —Makeup artist James Kaliardos for NARS at the Rodarte Spring 2015 show.
- “Avoid smudging mascara on your lower lashes by using a thick, drier formula and a thinner wand. If you use the same mascara that you use on your upper lashes, they tend to be more wet so it smudges. Plus, the brush is super thin and pointy.” —Makeup artist Romero Jennings for MAC at the Katie Gallagher Spring 2015 show.
- “Using shadow as a liner is really great for warmer weather because it’s a lot softer and a lot faster, especially when you use a wand that’s a good thickness. In the morning you just go straight across, done. When it blows out and gets smushy, it looks really nice.” —Makeup artist Alice Lane for Maybelline at the Mara Hoffman Spring 2015 show.
- “For glittery eyeshadow, first use tape to gently remove chunky glitter rather than a makeup remover that will just smear the glitter around.”—Makeup artist James Boehmer for NARS at the Naeem Khan Spring 2015 show.
Take these tips and run with them! You can also alter little things to make your look your own. Shine on, Barbizon of Akron!