Shop The 10 Best Beauty Products For Blue Eye Make-up Like Model Cara Delevingne

22 August 2013 by

Cara Delevingne was spotted hanging out with celeb pals at the Trilogy launch party last night. Celebrating the opening of the new Chelsea store, Cara Delevingne kept her look low key in a simple Trapstar sweatshirt, whilst her azure eyes did the talking. 

A massive beauty trend for spring/summer 2013, aquatic eyes cascaded down the catwalk with everyone from Mary Katrantzou to Michael Kors working the bold and the blue. Cara Delevingne might be set to give up her model status due to a case of psoriasis, but she’s certainly been paying attention backstage. Click through the gallery to discover our top 10 products for blue peepers.

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Gallery >> Top 10 Best Products For Blue Eye Make-Up

Barry M Liquid Eyeliner

Liquid Eyeliner, £4.79, [a href="" target="_blank">Barry M at Superdrug[/a]

Master this Cara Delevingne look, with a bright blue liquid eyeliner. Apply a flash of colour across your upper eyelids and add a subtler line under your bottom lashes.

Clarins Crayon Khol Long-lasting Eye Pencil

Crayon Khol Long-lasting Eye Pencil, £17, [a href="" target="_blank">Clarins at  Boots[/a][a href="" target="_blank">[/a]

Apply a khol pencil to the inner rim of your eyes. We recommend using a small angled brush to smudge the line for subtle definition. 

Barry M Dazzle Dust In Kingfisher

Dazzle Dust In Kingfisher, £4.59, [a href="" target="_blank">Barry M at Superdrug[/a]

Eyeshadow is a great way to build colour, and helps avoid the too much too soon disasters. Sweep a light dusting across the lids, and add if neccessary. 

Bobbi Brown Long-wear Eye Base

Long-wear Eye Base, £19, [a href="" target="_blank">Bobbi Browns at Selfridges[/a]

If you're going to make a statement in bright make-up, you want it to last! Use an eye base to perfectly prime your peepers and keep your colour crease-free. 

Yves Saint Laurent Volume Effet Faux Cils Baby Doll Mascara

Volume Effet Faux Cils Baby Doll Mascara, £24.50, [a href="" target="_blank">Yves Saint Laurent at Harrods[/a]

Add the finishing touches to your catwalk-worthy look with a volume mascara. It'll define every last lash and really make that eye colour pop. 

Clinique Chubby Stick Shadow Tint For Eyes

Stick Shadow Tint For Eyes, £17, [a href="" target="_blank">Clinique at Selfridges[/a]

Eyeshadow crayons are thee easiest way to recreate the look. It's simple, doesn't require a steady hand and won't leave you with tell-tale flecks underneath your eyes like a shadow can do. A blue beginners must-have! 

Tom Ford Brow Sculptor

Brow Sculptor, £34, [a href="" target="_blank">Tom Ford at House Of Fraser[/a]

No Cara Delevingne inspired beauty would be complete without at least a mention of eyebrows. Keep yours in shape with this triple-ended Tom Ford tool. A grooming brush, sharpener and brow pen all in one - bonus. 

Dior Diorshow Waterproof Mascara In Azure Blue

Waterproof Mascara In Azure Blue, £19.55, [a href="" target="_blank">Dior at[/a]

If you're feeling brave go all out and double the dose of blue with an azure mascara. Or simply use on it's own to give a minimal make-up look a stylish edge. 

Kiko Cosmetics Eyetech Look Eyeshadow

Eyetech Look Eyeshadow, £5.90, [a href="" target="_blank">Kiko Cosmetics[/a] 

Draw precise lines with this easy-to-use eyeshadow pen. it comes in 18 different shades, should you be feeling experimental. 

Illamasqua Powder Eyeshadow

Powder Eyeshadow, £15.50, [a href="" target="_blank">Illamasqua at[/a]

The beauty of blue is that you can use it to add subtle interest to your day to day look. Try using different shades for depth. We love this midnight blue by Illamasqua, perfect the corners of your eyes. 


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