Easy Trick to Brighten Eyes!

We all get those nights of less sleep, no sleep, not enough sleep, etc. By the next morning, our eyes aren’t as “bright” as they could appear to be…..Here comes the trick.

I did a live today on my Facebook business page if you care to check it out…. (https://www.facebook.com/christinemariebeauty) if not, let me explain…

If you have a white or a nude eyeliner pencil, try dropping some of it on your waterline. Your eyes will look bigger, brighter, and you’ll look as if you got a full 8 hours of sleep in!

Here’s the skinny:

Nude eyeliner can also help make your eyes look bigger. It can make your eyes pop. It’s the same idea as using a highlighter…lighter colors brighten!


White eyeliner not only makes your eyes look larger, but also makes you look more awake. It also will cancel out any signs of a hangover, allergies, not enough sleep, or a long night out; regardless of your skin tone.

Whichever one you choose, you’ll look bright eyed and bushy tailed in no time!

XXOO,

Christine Marie

Highlighting– be BRIGHT!

Highlighting is nothing to be afraid of..yet so many people think they’re too old, they may “shine” too much, or that they will draw waaaay too much attention to their face. I’m here to tell you, don’t be afraid, you’re not too old, and you can shine on as much as you want to!

Highlighting, or strobing as it is sometimes called, is nothing to be scared of. When done properly, you can get that glow and shine on my sister!

There are areas that are often highlighted. This includes the center of the nose, tops of cheekbones, center of your forehead, and sometimes the cupid’s bow area of the mouth. Wherever you choose to highlight or strobe…..go for it! You’ll be bright like that beautiful star on a clear night!

First, let’s choose a highlighter. You can use a cream, a powder, a cream-to-powder, or a liquid. I like to use creams or cream-to-powder ones, but this is my personal choice. Next, choose the areas you wish to highlight. Chin, cheekbones, straight down the nose, cupid’s bow, etc….

Now, shine on you bright star!!

XXOO,

Christine Marie