4 Mismatched Eyeshadow Looks To Try

Remember back in 2014 when mismatched earrings first hit the fashion scene?

Clashing prints? Chic. Opposite earrings? Sophisticated. Mismatched eyeshadow? Long overdue. It's here now, though—a super simple and super adaptable statement look. Yes—ITG sees your Harley Quinn cosplay and Kat Von D homages, and raises you...a different route. As with all eccentric trends turned de rigueur, the goal is to keep that anything-goes attitude. Mismatched eye makeup embodies just that: two technicolor swipes from one palette that you already love, then, simply make up the rules as you go along. Emi Kaneko—whose glitter freckles you might recognize—came through with another playful look, but one that's also wearable. The possibilities are diverse and endless:

Go bold

There actually is such a thing as serving a bold look within your comfort zone. A colorful, two-toned cat eye strikes the right balance. Especially, says Emi, if your differing eyeshadow shades are of a similar smoothness and intensity: “There are no rules, but if you want to make a mismatched eye a little more wearable, working with the same textures helps. It works to have an element that’s cohesive, and play with the rest.”

Go shiny

Asymmetric metallics: perfect for after dark. Get a little theatrical by blending similarly-toned shades so that they’re inching toward your brows, then add silver and gold to your inner corners for that extra depth.

Go flourescent

For an expressive look, try winging it—literally and figuratively—with a freeform flick. Emi’s lines were off-the-cuff. “I found that the black was ideal for grounding the look, and the fluorescent color was where the play comes in. It could be two different colors, it could be mix and match, whatever just comes up. Use your normal eyeliner, but use two different colors.”

Go speckled

Hello, Yayoi Kusama—is that you? No, it's just Emi, continuing to bring the drama, look after look. The bolder, more pigmented spots were put lower on the lid (eye accentuation is still key!) and lighter tones were applied on the outskirts to widen and brighten. “I was excited by the placement of the colors—the muted tones really help soften the dots’ intensity. It reminds me of a Dutch flower arrangement on the eyes. It’s a more extravagant look.”

To keep your mismatched eye looks going for longer, Emi suggests a couple things: “Setting spray definitely helps make the look last. But mismatched eyeshadow is one of those things where you know it’s going to look good in the morning, and then you’re either going to keep it going with touch ups, or you're going to party on, let it live and eventually settle into something new altogether. That’s the spirit of it—letting it do its own thing. Maybe you’ll find an even more interesting look than before.”



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Women's Magazine: 4 Mismatched Eyeshadow Looks To Try
4 Mismatched Eyeshadow Looks To Try
Remember back in 2014 when mismatched earrings first hit the fashion scene?
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