We women are expected to follow all kinds of rules starting from, how much bling is acceptable, to what kind of bold is allowed, to what lip colour is too loud. These rules and their makers want to dictate everything we do!

Well, please excuse us rebels for our self worth but we refuse to abide by any set rules that—if broken—will cause zero harm to any party involved. Especially when it comes to fashion and beauty, we want go out and reinvent every rule that there is. Here are some beauty rules that we beauty rebels need to break and reinvent right now…
#1 Rule: Don’t wear pink eye makeup, it makes you look unwell

#1 Rule: Don’t wear pink eye makeup, it makes you look unwell

Here’s how you break it:
So it’s true, a light shade of pink eyeliner can make you look like you have contracted conjunctivitis. The trick however is to pick the right shade. Go for a bright shade of pink eyeliner that will add a pop of colour to your look. In the absence of an eye liner, use an eye shadow and apply it using an angular brush. 
 

#2 Rule: Don’t go bold on both, eyes and lips

#2 Rule: Don’t go bold on both, eyes and lips

Here’s how you break it: 
If you want to sport bold eyes and bold lips together, girls go right ahead and do it! The only care you want to take is to avoid using two contrasting shades for your eyes and lips. Instead pair colours that belong to the same colour family like an apricot eyeshadow with a matte orange or tangerine lip colour.
 

#3 Rule: Dark lips add age to your face

#3 Rule: Dark lips add age to your face

Here’s how you break it: 
Dark lips add a sculpted, chiseled look to your face and look nothing short of hot. However, when worn with wavy buns and vintage outfits, dark lips can give you a dated look. The trick then is to wear dark shades with bold brows, lined eyes and a simple middle parting. Leave your cheeks bare without much-a-do for a simple yet edgy look.
 

#4 Rule: Don’t mix fragrances

#4 Rule: Don’t mix fragrances

Here’s how you break it: 
When mixing fragrances you need to be mindful of which ones you pick and pair together. You don’t want to smell like a perfume shop, after all! You can however go for contrast scents, for example layering fragrances like sweet with woody is absolutely cool while teaming sweet with vanilla can be overwhelming.    
 

#5 Rule: Don’t wear red lips with red hair

#5 Rule: Don’t wear red lips with red hair

Here’s how you break it: 
Nothing should stand between you and your red lips, not even red hair. However, if you wear red lips more often than others you must opt for hair colour in warm tones. Also when wearing red lips with red hair, leave the rest of your makeup neutral. Wear minimal cheeks and eyes to balance the look. 
 
So ladies, go ahead and break them rules all you want but just be smart about it.