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Love It or Hate It? Bright Eyes at Benjamin Cho

The makeup at yesterday's Benjamin Cho show seems inspired by Roy. G Biv. That's a lot of color going on there, and I think the winged eyeliner takes things a step too far—even for fashion. But if you love bright colors and want to replicate this look at home, you're in luck: Pop Beauty just came out with a neon palette ($22) with six similarly bright eye shadows.


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Elizabth Elizabth 9 years
give me a break next they will be wearing whiskers
RavenL28 RavenL28 9 years
Ew. Just...ew.
calliope calliope 9 years
I LOVE bright eyeshadow and interesting design, but I think these three colors don't complement each other. Ugly.
missbanana missbanana 9 years
pennylane im with you.
veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
fruity <3
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
I love it on a runway, but wouldn't on the street.
bluecanary bluecanary 9 years
I like it, but not for real life. To me fashion shows are always about exaggeration - so anything goes!
msmoney23 msmoney23 9 years
Why not? I think this looks fab!
pennylane pennylane 9 years
after reading all the comments, no wonder valentino is retiring! ("This environment is no longer stimulating. I certainly won't miss the fashion world. It's ruined! Everybody's doing the same things. What's missing is challenge, creativity, cheerfulness. These days it's all about numbers! To continue working in an environment which says nothing in particular to me would be a bore.")
Professorluv Professorluv 9 years
The first one is kinda cool without the winged eyeliner and maybe a more neutral shade.
carm123 carm123 9 years
maybe it looks good on models when they're walking down the catwalk but c'mon not for when regular people are on the streets
Hootie Hootie 9 years
Bee333 Bee333 9 years
Fashion, okay, but, the left model looks like she's recovering from a bad contusion!
katie_c katie_c 9 years
this rocks! fantastic.
swt-strwbrry-sgr swt-strwbrry-sgr 9 years
omilawd omilawd 9 years
I can understand how they overplay a trend on the runway, i.e. several bold colors that bleed above the eyebrow. There's nothing wrong with bold colors, and when applied, it can be beautiful, but this overplayed-eyeshadow is just UGLY.
sweety54992003 sweety54992003 9 years
I hate it. It looks awful and I never seen someone wear it like this. One color is good enough but four or five looks like a little girl was having fun with her brush.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
Bright is fine but not multiple brights and over the eyebrow.
cmomgonutz cmomgonutz 9 years
This is a flashback from the 80's. I would wear this as a teenager when I wanted to stand out.
anned anned 9 years
It looks like amy winehouse with a twist. I don't mind it for a fashion show, but I definitely won't wear it.
almost-famous almost-famous 9 years
Hmmm this kind of make-up is decent for a fun type of outing. I believe the only fun outing is the night of Halloween.
ncsouthpaw ncsouthpaw 9 years
Hope it doesnt become a trend.
anna_muffin anna_muffin 9 years
It reminds me of the kind of make-up my cousin used when she was competing in rhythmic gymnastics. That may be the reason why I kind of like it.
gaulearnedimp gaulearnedimp 9 years
The yellow needs a base. The natural color of skin makes it look like a nasty bruise. I agree about the winged eye liner; it doesn't fit.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
They're ok for a fashion shoe or a crazy night out but other then!
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