We Dare You To Try This Popping Eyeshadow Trend

We Dare You To Try This Popping Eyeshadow Trend(Source: ImaxTree)Having a pink eye is not usually something we aim for, yet after popping up at New York and London Fashion Weeks, we think pink eyeshadow might just be on our must-list for Fall 2014. From a subtle touch of rosé to amped-up '80s fuchsia, pink eyeshadow is definitely making the rounds in the fashion world. And surprisingly, we actually kind of love the trend. It's bold, bright, and totally unexpected. Check out our top four favorite looks, plus some product picks to get the exact look.

At Suno during NYFW, the look was a barely-there flush. Makeup artists applied Maybelline's Make a Mauve Master Glaze blush stick to the upper and lower lids for a soft kiss of color.
We Dare You To Try This Popping Eyeshadow Trend(Source: ImaxTree)
For a slightly more intense version of the pretty-in-pink look, take a peek at the models at Jonathan Saunders. MAC makeup artists created this highly-pigmented look with MAC Pro Process Magenta, Genuine Orange and Pure White Paint Sticks. To re-create it, blend color along the eyelid and outwards into a cat-eye shape. Keep the color stronger over the lid and more airy at the edges.
We Dare You To Try This Popping Eyeshadow Trend(Source: ImaxTree)The look at Ashish, on the other hand, was a tad more '80s teen prom queen. The electric pink gave a youthful, eccentric vibe with a whole lot of drama. The look was created using Maybelline lipsticks in Fuchsia Flash and Hot Plum, as well as a magenta liner. A gold liner was dabbed in the inner corners and a combination of a lighter and darker purple were swiped on the lids to finish.
We Dare You To Try This Popping Eyeshadow Trend(Source: ImaxTree)And finally, one of our favorite runway looks might just be the most daring of all. The two-toned striped look at Barbara Casasola gave models a pop of color, which stood out against the tailored clothes. This look features a softer, more rosy pink pigment swiped across the entire upper lid and brow line, while a darker, more vampy hue sweeps the bottom lashline. To get the look at home, try MAC Pink Pearl, Rose, and Heritage Rouge Pigments.
We Dare You To Try This Popping Eyeshadow Trend(Source: ImaxTree)So go on, we dare you to give this look a go—when else is having "pink eye" going to be cool?
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