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Color pairings: pink and yellow

Some things just look great together! Pink and yellow are some of those things. When paired together, they make fun, girly, and fresh looks!

This look is great for a busy day! The breezy shirt and simple shorts make it easy to look cute, just add a fun necklace! Also, the purse sized makeup makes it easy for touchups wherever your day takes you!

This super girly look is a great example of how yellow and pink can look so sophisticated together! The blush pink and soft yellow compliment each other nicely!

This funky ensamble is really 50’s in a modern way! The retro dress and chunky necklace soften the blow of the crazy shoes! Personally, I think this outfit screams for cat eyes and dark shadow, they just enhance it’s craziness!

I hope you enjoyed this post, and that it inspired you to wear more pink and yellow!

Featured in this post:

Outfit 1:

Old navy tank top
$8.99 – oldnavy.gap.com

Dorothy Perkins cotton shorts
$39 – dorothyperkins.com

Pieces leather bag
$116 – asos.com

Forever 21 curb chain necklace
$9.80 – forever21.com

Chantecaille highlighter makeup
$68 – barneys.com

Christian Dior lip treatment
$30 – lordandtaylor.com
Outfit 2:

Warehouse floral tunic
£20 – warehouse.co.uk

Dorothy Perkins yellow chino shorts
$21 – dorothyperkins.com

High heels
$18 – amazon.com

J by Jasper Conran cream handbag
£24 – debenhams.com

Forever 21 rhinestone necklace
$2.80 – forever21.com

Nude lipstick
$32 – barneys.com

MAC Cosmetics face powder
$29 – nordstrom.com
Outfit 3:

Jeffrey Campbell lace up bootie
$195 – farfetch.com

Mar Y Sol oversized tote
bloomingdales.com

Stila eyeshadow
stilacosmetics.com

Gold bib necklace
pinterest.com

Winged out!

All of sudden I started seeing all of these models winging their eye color out to the side of their eyes. I think it looks pretty cool! Apparently it was popular in the 60’s as well, my mom used to wear her makeup that way! There are a couple different types of eyeliners you can use; gel, marker,and brush. You can get all this stuff at your local Sephora or cosmetic store. Now you have to put it on! First you put eyeliner on as normal. Then when you reach the end of your eye stop and position your brush in the corner. Next swoop up creating a lightly curved line. Make a line from your eye to the line you just drew. Finally fill the gap in and you have beautiful winged eyeliner! Next you have to do the other eye. Follow the same steps I just told you paying careful attention to the angle you did your last eye at and try to make this eye’s as close as a match as you can. At last you have beautiful winged eyeliner! If you want you can now add color! Fiddle around with it until you get it exactly the way you want it.

       

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