Whether it’s fashion or makeup, there are certain rules that are set and followed by almost every makeup or fashion enthusiast. While it’s good to play safe and abide by the rules that have been set, experimenting with your looks is a different kind of fun, which can help to add an interesting twist to your look. Life is too short to play safe and refrain from wearing different makeup looks just because you are told so, step out of that safe zone and do things that you think can help to add some spice to your look, even if it means breaking the set rules.
Brown is one of the most beautiful shades any woman can wear on their lips, but they refrain from doing so just because they have been told that this particular shade is meant for older women. Don’t let anyone decide things for you, you do what you like. There are so many other makeup rules that feel outdated and irrelevant, and if you want to break out of your makeup rut, then throwing these outdated makeup rules out of the window will be one of your best decisions.
Smokey eye and bold lips make a bad combination
When it comes to creating a smokey eye, the first thing we are always told is to not wear this eye look with bold lips. Contrary to the very popular belief, you can totally wear a smokey eye with bold lips, but the key to a flawless makeup look is to strike a balance between the two and not go overboard with your makeup.
Mascara is only meant for top lashes
This is one of the most bizarre makeup rules we have heard of, mascara is your best chance at making your eyes look wide awake, and not wearing it on your bottom lashes just doesn’t make any sense. It is said that wearing mascara on your bottom lashes can make you look old and tired, but this isn’t applicable to every person. In fact, applying mascara to your lower lashes can make your eyes look wide and awake in no time.
Wear the same lip liner as your lipstick
We are in no way suggesting to use two contrasting shades, the only thing we are suggesting here is you don’t necessarily have to match your lip liner to your lipstick. The two of them don’t have to be in the same shade, it’s completely fine if your lip liner is a bit darker than your lipstick. Using this technique will enable you to create ombre lips, which looks really stunning.
Colored eyeshadow isn’t for a daytime look
It is a very popular belief that colored eyeshadows are meant for evening looks and nude, muted tones are reserved for a daytime look, but this is yet another weird rule that needs to be thrown out of the window. You can totally rock colored eyeshadows during the day time, and it is one of the easiest ways to add extra spice to your daytime look. Instead of playing safe every time, try experimenting with different colors to create chic eye makeup looks.
Falsies are supposed to be worn for evening looks only
Falsies are arguably the easiest way to accentuate your eyes and make them look more dramatic and attractive. Just because falsies can look a bit dramatic, it doesn’t mean you can’t wear them during the day time. You can totally wear them, and you absolutely should wear them during the day to jazz up the look and take your makeup game to another level. Don’t pick heavy falsies; pick the ones with fluttery and thin lashes.