Celebrities Inspire Us to Add Colored Eyeliner Into Our Summer Beauty Routines

Posted by May 23, 2013 4:30 pm
Get inspired by some of our favorite celebrity's beauty looks, and find out which products you need to get them! 

Dianna Agron showed off her playful side with a touch of green eyeliner to offset her beehive hair 'do. To get her look, try Almay's I-Color Defining Eyeliner in Teal Hazel.

 

When Marion Cotillard stepped out in Cannes, she also completed her beehive updo with some colored liner, opting for a navy shade instead. To copy her look, try Laura Geller's INKcredible Gel Eyeliner in [...]

 

When Marion Cotillard stepped out in Cannes, she also completed her beehive updo with some colored liner, opting for a navy shade instead. To copy her look, try Laura Geller's INKcredible Gel Eyeliner in Blue Jean Baby.

 

Hayden Panettiere chose to go for a bold hue to brighten up her Billboard Music Awards look, opting for a vibrant green liner. We're loving this liner look (we don't exactly feel the same about the hair [...]

 

Hayden Panettiere chose to go for a bold hue to brighten up her Billboard Music Awards look, opting for a vibrant green liner. We're loving this liner look (we don't exactly feel the same about the hair crystals) but to mimic the look try Lancome's Artliner in Greens.

 

Ashley Benson is never one to shy away from a fun makeup look, and we love that she paired her top knot (back when she had dark locks) with navy liner on the bottom lash line. This can work for day or [...]

 

Ashley Benson is never one to shy away from a fun makeup look, and we love that she paired her top knot (back when she had dark locks) with navy liner on the bottom lash line. This can work for day or night, and we love Dolce & Gabbana's Crayon Intense Liner in Blue for this look.

 

Selena Gomez also chose to line just her bottom lash line with a bright hue, opting to apply bronze shadow along her top lid. We're loving NARS Cosmetics long-wear liner in Abbey Road for this look.

 

Kristen Stewart wowed us a few weeks back at the Kids' Choice Awards with a tousled yet tamed ponytail and colored liner – a playful look for Stewart that was rather stylish. We're obsessed with the deep [...]

 

Kristen Stewart wowed us a few weeks back at the Kids' Choice Awards with a tousled yet tamed ponytail and colored liner – a playful look for Stewart that was rather stylish. We're obsessed with the deep purple liner she used to rim around her eyes, and will be copying this look with Stila's Waterproof Liner.

 

Emma Stone's emerald green liner at the "Gangster Squad" premiere was not quickly forgotten. This look can be replicated with Too Faced Perfect Moss liner, and then smudged along the bottom lash line.

 

Olivia Wilde highlighted her classic black cat eye with a touch of purple both on her top and bottom lash lines. Mimic this look with MAC Cosmetics' Pro Longwear Eye Liner in Snow Shadow.

 

Makeup for the warmer temperatures can be a tricky battle – no one wants to wear a bright and layered smokey eye on a humid day and a vibrant bold lip can be a whole lot to handle. That’s why colored liner has become one of our favorite go-to’s. Whether you’re wearing it on your bottom lash line, top lash line or going all out and rimming your entire eye, we are always looking for a bright product that stays put.

Dianna Agron and Marion Cotillard were recently spotted at fancy events rocking pops of color, and we can always rely on Selena Gomez and Ashley Benson to shock us with a perfectly applied vibrant hue. Find out which products you need to stock up on for the warmer months, and let us know if you’ll be trying out the looks soon!

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