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When we saw this photo of Zoë Kravitz at the Divergent premiere, we thought two things: 1) We wanted to throw the woman a party for being daring enough to bring the reverse cat-eye onto the red carpet, and 2) We couldn't help but imagine how lovely the same darker-on-bottom, lighter-on-top cat-eye look with different eyeshadow colors. What about gold and navy? Or silver and rose?! The prettiness possibilities were endless — and we were thrilled by the idea of giving the tired makeup shades in our bag a whole new purpose.
So, we rounded up five eyeshadow combos that would be perfect in a color-blocked smoky-eye look. Click through to check out our perfect pairs, and let us know which shadow duo catches your fancy?
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With sweats going high-concept and sneakers gettin' fancy, there's no doubt the #cozygirl movement is still going strong. And, while you can certainly get away with donning your comfy-best on the weekend, that same I-don't-want-to-get-dressed-up mentality can apply to your on-duty life, too. That's especially true with the read
Raise your hand if you have a makeup bag full of eyeshadows you haven't used since college. Maybe a few mascaras in there? How about some foundation you bought, then realized it was the wrong shade? Yeah, that's what we thought. We're right there with you.
It’s time to clear the clutter. And, who better to help us do read