Punk Rock Makeup For Everyday Life


We’ve partnered with Beauty.com to show you how easy it is to bring a bit of punk rock to your everyday makeup routine. Our trick is to pick one feature you want to highlight. Then you can translate runway trends to “real world’ with a few of our favorite Beauty.com products!

The best part is that right now during Beauty.com’s Friends & Family Event (May 14-17), you can get 20% off your look! (Make sure to buy through this link to get 20% off in your shopping cart.)

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Colored eyeliner is such an easy way to amp up any day or night look (and it totally brings out your inner rebel). For this particular look, Kara focused on luminous skin and a pop of color. Whether it’s neon pink or turquoise, balance is the key to pulling off this look. For a subtle day look, line the upper or lower lash line, or draw a small line from the inner corners of the eye and diffuse it up and out. If you’re going out on the town for the night, color your entire lid or line both upper and lower lash lines with a bright bold hue.

1. Following your skincare routine, apply Luminess Air Matte Foundation along your t-zone and over any unwanted blemishes. For flawless coverage, use the beautyblender, a soft makeup sponge applicator that fits the contours of your face, making it easy to apply foundation in hard to cover areas, like around the nose.

2. Apply two coats of mascara for length and volume before swiping on Stila Cosmetics Stay All Day black liquid eyeliner.

3. Layer Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencil in Woodstock on top. To emphasize your eyes, apply feather-like strokes along the lash line — eventually working your way in towards the inner corner.

4. Dust Too Faced Perfect Sweethearts Flush Blush on the apples of  your cheeks for a little bit of shimmer (the peach, rose and coral shades offer a pretty medley).

5. To balance your bright eyes, apply a swipe of nude lip gloss.

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Author: Caitlin Kruse