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Summer Sunglasses and What to Wear Them With

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Summer sunglasses have arrived and our favorite high street stores have not disappointed! Whether you go for the wayfarer, the cat eye, or the John Lennon look, we’ve picked out some of the best sunglasses for all your accessory needs!
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Heart Sunglasses
A classic pair of sunglasses you can never go wrong with: heart shaped. They are the perfect sunglasses for any quirky outfit. Accessorize your look with these cute sunglasses by teaming them with a pair of overalls or floral summer dress! Snap them up on the Topshop website for just $36 here.
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Classic Cat Eye Sunglasses
More fitted to those with heart-shaped faces, the Cat Eye look is bound to make any outfit look classy. For a true vintage look, pair these sunglasses with a swing dress or a crop top with high waist shorts to achieve an effortless retro vibe! These sunglasses are available over on the Forever 21 website for an unbelievable $5.90!
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Aviator Sunglasses
These staple sunglasses by Ray-Ban are a timeless classic and can turn any outfit into the ultimate casual summer look. These sunglasses would look great with denim shorts, a bralette, and a lace kimono! Get them over on the Urban Outfitters website for $125.
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Round Frame Sunglasses
Round sunglasses are great for festival attire and lazy summer days. To achieve the best festival look with these sunglasses, team them with a tasselled crop top and crotchet shorts. As for hair, tie it up in a bun! Not only does it look cute but it also keeps the hair off your face in the hot summer sun. These sunglasses are available over on the Boohoo website for $18.
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Photographs courtesy of TopShop, Forever21, Urban Outfitters, and Boohoo

How to Wear Colorful Eye Shadows and Eyeliners

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Last spring’s beauty trends involved gorgeous and delicate pastels, but this spring we’ve opted for a little more oomph. We’ve incorporated three vivacious colors – greens, blues, and purples – to show you how to wear these colorful eye shadows, eyeliners, and eye shadow sticks. We recommend Clinique’s Chubby Stick Shadow Tint for Eyes or Rimmel Scandaleyes Shadow Stick because these beauty products work as wonderful multitaskers.
The eye shadow stick works as well as eye shadow primer because its formula allows the eye shadow to adhere better to your lids while intensifying the color of your choice.
Fashion Gone RogueAlthough the eye shadow stick works the same as powder eye shadow, they differ in how the product is applied. For instance, the eye shadow stick is quick and easy to use as you swipe the product over each lid. If necessary, use a blending brush to help distribute the color more evenly or neatly. Pick any of the three spring colors to add a beautiful brightness to your face while also creating a breathtaking appearance.
For another popular but more subtle look, keep your eyelids bare while adding a pop of color (or all three) to the inner corner of your eyes – adding nothing else but mascara (although it can be done with a cat eye if you so choose). This style is striking and beautiful but most of all unsuspecting.
Lastly, despite the eye shadow stick having a thicker tip, it can still be used in the same way as a regular eyeliner crayon or pencil. A thicker line with colorful eyeliner is a unique and distinctive combination, so you might as well dare to be bold with a strong cat eye, winged-eye, or graphic eye.
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In case the eye shadow stick is not for you, these stunning makeup ideas can still be achieved with your typical powder eye shadow or basic eyeliner. Alternate suggestions for this look include: Stila ‘Stay All Day’ Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner, Pop Beauty Eyeliner Pencil, and Morphe Individual Eye Shadow.
We encourage you to try these gorgeous colors because they’re invigorating, upbeat, and it’s time to break out and enjoy spring!
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How to Wear Colorful Eye Shadows and Eyeliners: Photo Credit to Sonny Vandevelde/Indigitalimages.com, Preen.Me, Fashion Gone Rogue