For your pretty eyes, Jason says this:
''Accentuate your eyes by using variations of lighter and darker brown tones with subtle accents of gold and champagne highlighters. For added dimension and brightening, add a metallic gold eyeshadow to the inner rim of the eye. Instantly the eyes look brighter and more rested. DuWop's Brown Eyes gives you everything you need to create the subtle sultry effect for the eyes. As seen at the D&G fall runway show, for a show-stopping effect, go heavy on the mascara for your top and bottom lashes. I use a combination of Lancome's Définicils for volume and DuWop's Lash Venom for length."
We love the effect of brown versus black to line the eyes. It's softer and more sultry, and it really helps give you that rested look like Jason says.
Jason also recommends DuWop Blush Booster in Watermelon for the cheeks. The shade has just enough shimmer to give you a glow, but not enough to over do it and make you look like a disco ball.
We'd recommend any of the lip products DuWop makes, but we're currently loving the Pure Venom that we recently reviewed.
Give the look a try and send us a picture of the results. We can't wait to see your pretty face!
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