I usually shy away from mixing prints, like stripes with polka dots, but I've seen styles that really seem to flow. It's making me take a second look. My style is conservative, but I think I can go outside the box, a little. Now, I don't want to look like I'm wearing a clown outfit, but perhaps I should investigate this further.Recently, one of my favorite stylists, @iamdionnedean, demonstrated a little somethin' somethin' with mixed prints, and I gotta tell ya, I didn't hate it. She matched a pink and white polka dot sweater with a striped muliti-colored dress. The key, according to Dionne, is to match the different prints with colors from the same family. It totally worked for her! I encourage you to check out her content for great styling tips, especially with second-hand fashion finds.
I'm going to play around with this mixed prints concept a little more. It may grow on me yet!
Let me know if you've ever intentionally mixed prints when putting together an outfit.
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Honestly, I didn't know what to expect, so I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the package.
The iMethod sleek pink applicator has a small wing stamp at either end. I can certainly appreciate the L and R notations on the applicator. This helps with any confusion about which stamp to apply to which eyelid.
The second tube, in sleek black, is liquid eyeliner with two applicator tips. I like the dual tip applicator feature. The eyeliner goes on smoothly and the color is consistent.
Here is how you get the perfect winged out eye:
- Simply press the stamp that's on the end of the pink applicator to the outer corner of your eyelid and just like that, you've applied a wing.
- Using the eyeliner, slowly draw a line from the inner corner of your eyelid and connect it to the wing. Fill in the eyeliner to your desired thickness.
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