Beauty Trends: Eye Lines

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We think every lady no matter of her age wants to look beautiful and self-confident, that's why they love make-ups. Back in the 1950's many girls tend to accentuate their eyes, that's why they used bold and natural effects, by drawing arrows. It looks like this spring season is a comeback of the 50's, as we saw many fashion shows where models walked down the catwalk wearing this beauty trend. Remember Rag&Bone, Thakoon collections, where the stylists draw only the lower eyelid, while Dolce&Gabbana, Saint Laurent, Kenzo and Jean Paul Gaultier went bold and showcased the total beauty look. It's no doubt, these lines make the woman look sophisticated and confident.

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Some say that this style looks like Egyptian. These arrows is a timeless classic of every make-up. Of course drawing arrows isn't quite a simple task, but believe us- all you need is just a bit of practice. In this post, you are going to see some amazing samples of the possible eye lines.

But really, why these arrows are so popular, the answer is quite simple- they are universal. This style will suit absolutely any event, starting from your work, dates and cocktail parties. They suit any woman in any age, they even make your face younger. We will say even more, they help to correct the forms. What we really like about this beauty, is that they remind us the form of the cat eyes.

That's a perfect year's basic beauty trend which can be either black, as well as colorful. This summer will include various arrow depth, shape and color. If we speak about color shades, then the best alternative to classic black it's turquoise, orange, red, violet and mint-green.

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