Low Maintenance Eye Makeup Every Lazy Girl Will Love
Whether you've got a jam-packed schedule, or just too lazy to spend a good amount of time in front of the mirror—especially when you can be lying on your bed, reading a mushy book under the sheets—that doesn't mean that you can't ace your beauty game anymore, Candy Girls!
Eye makeup can easily be intimidating—especially for makeup newbies—because of the tricky techniques that are usually involved with its application. But here's a little secret: While some eye makeup may look intricate and hard to do, there are also a lot of eye makeup looks that are easy to do, and won't take up too much of your time, too! So, scroll down because we're listing down five eye makeup looks that you can do in a minute, or even less.
Every girl aims to master the cat eye flick, but getting the winged liner trick right takes a lot of practice and if you haven't perfected this makeup trick yet, it will take a longer time to do it in one sitting. So, instead of going for a flawless line, opt for a smudged, lived-in liner look! It's way easier to do, but the undone look is effortlessly cool and edgy!
You may be over your glossy lips phase, but you should definitely give glossy lids a chance. It adds just the right amount of sparkle to your look and you don't need a set of makeup brushes to apply it. Just dab a bit of gloss over your lids with your fingers and you're good to go.
You don't need a fully made-up eye look to ace your eye game, Candy Girls, because a trusty mascara can easily do the trick. Skip the colorful shadows, the edgy liners and keep your eye makeup natural, but do load up on the mascara! If two to three coats is your usual mascara formula, double it up, and go wild! Be sure to brush your lashes with a lash comb afterwards to avoid the mascara from clumping.
While some eye makeup looks require three to four eye shadows, you can simplify the routine and still look amazing with just two eye shadow colors! Use a universally flattering taupe shadow and dust it all over your lid. Afterwards, grab another shadow of your choice and apply it on the outer crease and outer lid of your eye to complete your look.
While vibrant eye makeup palettes are fun to look at, most girls stick to the basic colors like nudes, browns, and blacks for their eye makeup. Switch things up and go for a light shade of pink instead for a dainty look for the day. While pink is not a basic color, its light and rosy hue is still fresh and flattering! Sweep the color all over your lids, blend, and paint the town pink with your soft, but bold eye makeup.
What other quick and easy makeup tricks do you do on your laziest day? Let’s talk beauty!