Very few people venture into the coloured mascara territory and we totally get it, choose the wrong shade and you can end up looking like you are 30 going on 13. But do you really want to spend the rest of your life without trying this fun and bold look? Isn’t it exciting to step out of your safe makeup zone and try something completely different? And mascara is one of the simplest ways to do so. Our enthusiastic and makeup-loving team at BeBeautiful wanted to give coloured mascaras a try, so we found some looks that will make you go, “shut up and take my money”!

Halfsies
 

Halfsies

When you’re buying coloured mascara, no one can have just one. Pick two shades from the same colour family, for example a light and dark blue and colour the upper and lower lash in two different colours. Want to play it safe? Grab the Lakmé  Eyeconic Curling Mascara - Royal Blue and coat the upper lash with it, let the lower one stay classic black.

Tipsies
 

Tipsies

This is the best way to keep them lashes classy yet dramatic. Simply apply your regular mascara and wait for a minute, once it is settled and dry, take a vibrant shade of coloured mascara and coat only the tips of your lashes to get this look. Make sure you use colours like green, pink or red to really make your eyes pop.

Blingies
 

Blingies

Be warned, this is not for the faint hearted. If your style is bold, experimental and you can handle all the attention coming your way, the blingies is for you! As the name suggests, this look will make your eyes pop like no other with golden or silver glitter. You can apply a thin coat of black mascara on your lashes and follow it up with liquid cosmetic glitter. Take some in a pinch and gently press it on your lashes.

Layer it up
 

Layer it up

This look is for all the makeup experts out there because it requires precision and skill. Grab all the coloured mascaras you’ve been hiding from all this while and play ‘layer it up’. Start from the inner corner side and apply a popping pink or blue shade, now moving outwards apply another stunning colour or two and lastly keep it classic black at the extreme end.

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