7 Makeup Looks You Think You Can’t Pull Off (But You Absolutely Can)…


When it comes to makeup, we all have our moments of “No way am I trying that.” But 2014 is Go Time. Whether you leave bright lips to others or cringe when faced with liquid liner, this is the year we challenge you to face your makeup phobias. Step up to the plate and give these a try—you may just find your new confidence-boosting look.

Seriously Red Lips

January_7MakeupThings_04_450x500Despite being a classic one-swipe-and-you’re-done look, many people often shy away from red lipstick. Well, we’re here to tell you this look works on just about everyone, regardless of skin or hair color. Still skeptical? Go for a transparent formula like Jouer’s SPF 15 Lip Sheer in St. Barths. If you’re ready to really go for it, find the shade that’s right for you!

Metallic Eyes

As observed during Fashion Week, metallics are both modern and chic. And the trend isn’t reserved for risk takers—a conservative swipe of a shimmery liner can add an unexpected soupçon of sophisticated fun to any look. Beginners should stick to pearly shades like Pixi Beauty’s Lid Last Shadow Pen in Gilded Mink; once you fall in love, try Eyeko’s Liquid Metal Liner in Rose Gold.


Highlighters do exactly what they say they’re going to: call attention to your favorite features. And who doesn’t want that? Chella’s Highlighter Pencil can be used a whopping ten different ways. 

Liquid Liner

Gone are the days of ink pot-mimicking liquid eyeliner packaging. The new liners come in easy-to-control pens that make drawing the perfect line a total cinch. We love Cynthia Rowley Beauty’s Liquid Liner for crafting a sexy cat-eye look. 



Smoky Eyes

This sexy staple is easier to replicate than you think. What you’ll need: A charcoal liner like Laura Mercier’s Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Smoke, dark-colored shadow (try plum for a fun update), and mascara.


Notice-Me Brows

If you love the brows on babes like Brooke Shields and model Cara Delevingne but don’t want to end up looking like Frida Kahlo, try incorporating a few subtle tools for filling in and defining your arches. If you’re growing yours out, fill in gaps with theInstant Brow Pencil from Benefit.

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