How to Pick the Best Colored Eyeliner Based on Your Eye Color
There’s nothing like a stroke of colored eyeliner for an unexpected beauty moment. But with a rainbow spectrum of shades to choose from, where to begin? While there are no hard-and-fast rules, your natural eye color can be a fruitful place to start. “Contrasting your eyeliner to enhance your eye color is an easy trick to bring attention to your eyes,” says L.A.-based makeup artist Beau Nelson. Here, three pros discuss their favorite colored eyeliner strategies for playing up eye color.
“Brown eyes are already neutral, so you can really play with color on brown eyes,” says Katie Jane Hughes, who gravitates toward jewel-toned eyeliners–think rich berry tones, deep purples, and emerald greens–and has been loving Glossier’s No. 1 Pencil in deep eggplant Rococo recently. For a more subtle approach, consider makeup artist Tasha Reiko Brown’s go-to eye-brightening strategy: A warm gold eyeliner dabbed on the inner corners. “It catches the warm light of brown eyes [for extra sparkle],” she says.
As Nelson underlines, the opposite of blue on the color wheel is yellow, hence his lean towards flaxen colors. “Golden browns, bronzes, and coppers all set blue eyes off nicely,” he says. When working with aquamarine gazes, Hughes also loves a warm hue, like a rusty orange, to really make the eyes stand out.
With tones of green, gold, and brown, hazel eyes are inherently dimensional–and there are many different approaches one can take. “Purples, pinks, burgundies, and cranberries bring out the green tones in hazel eyes,” says Nelson. For Hughes, a rich teal supplies a cool contrast, while for Brown, taking a tone-on-tone approach with an emerald green “really makes the colors jump.”
As far as Brown is concerned, for green eyes it’s all about burgundy. “Bright burgundy…moody burgundy…brown burgundies… all are color wheel opposites meaning shades of green and red always complement each other,” she explains. “A rich burgundy brings an unexpected pop of color that’s bold, but wearable.” Nelson agrees, noting that golden-toned browns will make green eyes appear more “yellowish green.”
It’s true: Less than 3% of the global population has gray eyes, which can be mistaken for blue, but most often appear dark gray, grayish blue, or grayish green. For this rare shade, Nelson recommends royal blues and blue-toned violet shades to bring out their different aspects. Alternatively, “deep, beautiful reds will bring high contrast and make the eyes pop,” says Hughes.
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Kate Beckinsale Put a ‘Frozen’ Twist on the Sheer-Dress Trend
Spring may be springing, but Kate Beckinsale looks positively icy in a sheer dress with a snowflake-like pattern. The star rolled up to the Fashion Trust US Awards at Goya Studios in Los Angeles on March 21 in the trend of the moment: see-through. Her slinky yet sculptural piece carefully covered her NSFW areas with beads and crystals.
Is anyone else getting major Elsa vibes? Silver metallic platform heels, diamonds on her fingers and earlobes, mature makeup. To be honest, the forest green manicure threw me at first, until I noticed that they pick up on the fabulous emerald and diamond collar around her neck.
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Kate Beckinsale simply loves silver starbursts. Last July she combined silver and gold to match an award she won, proving that metallics really are her look.
And the actor has been embracing the see-through and the structured neckline of late, attending the Vanity Fair Oscars party in this beaded gown and voluminous silver coat. (She learned her lesson from last year, when she had to borrow Jason Momoa’s coat to keep warm and accidentally sparked dating rumors.) And please check out her absolutely slaying in this Elie Saab masterpiece.
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The Inaugural Fashion Trust U.S. Awards Ceremony Seen Through the Eyes of Founder Tania Fares
Back in 2011, Tania Fares founded her non-profit organization, Fashion Trust, as part of the British Fashion Council, with the aim to support up-and-coming design talents in the U.K. “I had my own label with Lulu Kennedy, called LuLu & Co., so I know how challenging it is to launch a brand,” Fares tells Vogue. “I wanted to give back, having gone through it myself.” She continued this spirit last year, when Fares expanded the organization with Fashion Trust U.S.—an arm of her non-profit specifically aimed at celebrating and supporting emerging American designers. “[It has a focus on] financial and mentoring to young designers, as well as building a community for them,” says Fares.
Last night, the inaugural Fashion Trust U.S. awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles, and Fares documented the special kick-off event for Vogue. The eventful day began with Fashion Trust U.S. board members and finalists meeting each other. The board—which includes Proenza Schouler designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, actor Kate Hudson, and stylist Gabriella Karefa-Johnson—finalized who would be winning the night’s respective categories. Then, come evening time, it was time for the trophies to be handed out to six rising talents, including designers Aisling Camps and Jacques Agbobly. “It’s so important to help highlight and uplift young designers, because there is so much talent out there,” says Fares.
For the affair, Fares naturally needed a strong look. She wore a custom latex bodysuit underneath a Proenza Schouler dress, mixed in with pieces from Handsome Stockholm, Tyler Ellis, and vintage Tom Ford. “I usually never wear black, but for some reason felt compelled this evening,” says Fares. “I also fell in love with the whole velvet and vintage combined. I’m a big fan of Proenza Schouler; I loved how simple but how chic the dress was.”
The founder’s favorite part of the evening wasn’t playing dress up, however. It was “the speeches from the designers and their reactions as they won,” Fares says. “Also, getting to chat with them about their collections and overall, being inspired by them.” She looks forward to keeping that momentum at the many more Fashion Trust U.S. ceremonies to come. “Growing the initiative and being able to support more designers, which is my true passion,” says Fares.
Below, a closer look inside Fashion Trust U.S.’s inaugural awards ceremony.
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As the Perm Returns, Nicole Kidman Revives Her Signature Strawberry Curls
It was just a couple of weeks ago that Nicola Kidman was giving full PDA on the Oscars red carpet with her husband Keith Urban. Decked out in black sequins, the 55-year-old actor looked sultry and radiant, her hair longer and blonder than we’ve seen it for a while. Styled with a slight wave through the mid-lengths and ends, Nicole’s hair looked effortless—she was every inch the beachy blonde bombshell.
But, if a trio of photographs she posted to Instagram on Tuesday is anything to go by, Kidman has returned to her roots. The star’s signature bouncy red curls are back in the pictures, in which she looks happy and confident in an aqua dress.
Has Kidman taken note of the uptick in other celebrities embracing curls? The return of the perm is upon us, with everyone from Emily Ratajkowski to Bella Hadid experimenting with tight corkscrew curls (mostly with the help of thin-barrelled curling tongs, as opposed to the chemical ’80s approach) recently.
Already in possession of naturally tight curls—and as someone who wore them loud and proud in the ’80s, when the perm was all the rage the first time around—Kidman has a head start on the hair trend that’s set to explode over summer.
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