Ladystoner tip: if eyes are bloodshot, lime green eyeliner makes them appear less red. its basic artt.
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Actually, as a former art student I can guarantee that green will make red pop out more. They are contradictory colours (red - green, blue - orange, yellow - purple) so putting them with each other makes the other seem more vibrant. That's why you'll always see green vegetables in red containers, and vice versa.
You mean complimentary colors, right? Your art school was a waste of money if they taught you that contradictory colors was a real term
*Complimentary. But thank you for putting that out there. I went to an art school too!
Those colors should pair up nicely to make you look like a hungover or very angry tropical fish.
Visine works too...
Putting green next to red will make it stand out more. Putting green over red will help cover it up because they cancel eachother out if you will.
This was probably written by a "frenemy". She's (he's?) just trying to fool the recipient of this text.
I agree it should work in the opposite way.. that's how you're supposed to pick a color that enhances your eye color, not hide it. nice idea though!
But with red faces, like acne or rosacia you use a pale green cover up over it to calm down that hue
Fitting for the Asheville/Boone area.
I would think it would make them stand out more since it's a cool vs. a warm tone but I guess if it works it works. XD
Good example of stoner logic: if it makes sense to you it's gotta be true. Being from nc tho I have no clue why you'd need to know this (assuming it DID work) in the mountains. Everyone smokes there
but a vibrant blue works much better
honestly if I came home with lime green eyeliner my mom would assume I was stoned, so moot :P but I agree, it does work!
To all the people talking about those green concealers: if you blend the two colors, they'll make mud brown, but on skin the redness goes away. With green eyeliner, you obviously can't MIX the colors for them to cancel out, you leave them next to each other to stand out. Common sense.
Actually green does lessen the appearance of the red...that's why if you have red patches on your face from pimples, you put Green cover up to hide the redness.
the person spelled art wrong and people are still taking them seriously?
she was probably stoned
Damn, is sarcasm foreign to all of yall? Jesus, op obviously was trying to trick the recipient, or was just a dumb-ass. Seriously, most people are smart enough to realize that it is the opposite.
So if green makes red more vibrant, why is there such a thing as green-tinged concealer for people with reddish skin..?
Thanks for the info, I will keep that in mind. lol