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MATCHING YOUR LIPSTICK TO YOUR SHADOW
The pale pink gloss has on her lips is a subtle enough shade that the girlie color works on her lids as well. Warning: This doesn’t apply if your shadow is blue or your lipstick is bright red.
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A classic red polish will always be chic in the winter, but this deep-blue hue, seen on , is way more unexpected. And surprisingly, the color works on even the fairest skin tones (a glossy topcoat keeps it from looking like you’re suffering from hypothermia).
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BRAIDS THAT AREN'T CROWN PLAITS
Just because music festivals are on hiatus doesn’t mean you can’t wear a braid. The key is to go for a peekaboo plait – which is to say: It looks like a regular updo or down do from the front, but has a surprise element, like the the half French worn by Candice Swanepoel or the braided bun on .
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To paraphrase Icona Pop, we don’t care (that mint is a spring shade), we love it (as an eye liner in the winter). keeps it from looking over-the-top by lining just her lower lash line.
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Your lips called. And while they love all those dark reds and Bordeauxs you’ve been wearing, they need a break. Give it to them with this bright and playful hue, which still feels sophisticated enough for this time of year. (The exact lipstick Lupita N’yongo is sporting is Armani Lip Maestro in Ecstasy.)
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We know that after you test out Blake’s rosy eye shadow, you’ll be a light-shadow convert. Next up on your beauty to-do list should be to try a pale-orangey tone on your lids and just below your lower lash line, just as does.