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Monday, January 4, 2010

Napoleon Perdis – Denim Blue Eyeliner

My daughter’s girlfriend Syd called while she was doing her makeup, getting ready for a party. Syd was seeking eyeliner and makeup advice from my daughter, the mini-pro – my little protégé.

So here’s the situation – Syd has fair skin, dark hair and gorgeous blue eyes. On this night particular night she was wearing a deep purple dress – Questionada?

 To wear purple eyeliner, or not? Was that too matchy, matchy? My daughter put Syd on speaker phone, so she could defer the difficult decision to me. Kids are so smart…they know just when to listen to their parents.

My answer was easy – go for the blue! Syd’s got these amazing blue eyes and great black lashes. The right shadedenim of blue liner would just further enhance her beauty and the purple dress would reflect beautifully.

So here’s the application tip. Start off with a black smudgy liner, sort of pressed into your eyelashes – top and bottom liner. Then, use the Napoleon Perdis group_loosedust_webLoose Eye Dust in Pink mochaa all over your lid. Then, I love the Napoleon Perdis “Denim” Blue eye liner – make a line, over the original black line.

Here’s the trick: the black will stay embedded into your lash line. The blue appears over and above the black – so it’s like you have two lines – oh…. You do have two lines!!! If you need a little contour, go with a neutral like the gold bronze Loose Eye Dust. And under your eyes – lots of Napoleon Perdis “Denim” eyeliner and on the inside rim of your eye – lots more sydneyblack eye liner.

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