Silver Season: How to wear this season’s metallic shade

Last season, we wore any metallic shade as long as it was hi-shine. In fact, the more unusual the better. For spring, there’s only one colour – silver. Keep it hi-shine, be it a silver front-split A-line skirt, satin bomber jacket or even patent silver square-toed block-heeled courts.

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Make-up colour trends tend to differ from clothing but make-up is the easiest way to play around with new colours. A silver eyeliner is a good place to start as an alternative to white to really open up and brighten your eyes. A darker silver makes the perfect alternative to black for the upper lashline, both defining and brightening. All shades will really pop on women with darker skin tones.

Use liquid eyeliner for a bold pop, or a pencil for a soft line and the flexibility to blend it out if you’re not in the mood to shine bright like the moon!

Of course, for the very confident amongst us, try a silver lipstick!

Or how about a silver accented smokey eye for a night out? On the lid only, use a white cream or cream-gel base then follow with a silver powder eyeshadow, making sure to bring it into the inner corner of the eye. Then get a matte dark grey eyeshadow for the outer edge, lower lashline and crease and blend well. If you’re a smokey eye expert, deepen the effect with a matte black eyeshadow.

Don’t be afraid, now’s your time to shine!

Remember to share your looks with us on Instagram tagging @glowwbox using #glowwer or drop us your link in the comments below!

Tasha

 

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