I've always had my beef with red eyeshadow. It's something that I've never been able to get past. Even after years of therapy. I just don't get why it exists. Save for Halloween, when it can quite handily make eyeballs look as though they're bleeding. Noice. Even when Pat McGrath teamed a glistened up and glossy red pout with a co-ordinating shade of shadow for Givenchy's Fall 2010 show, I wasn't moved. Same when she lined the lids of Prada models in red glitter the year before. But now Taylor Momsen's saying that along with eyeliner — lots and lots of eyeliner — red eyeshadow can also be found in her "bounty of products." She told Interview magazine: "Lately I have been using red eye makeup!" Now don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that Taylz and I are on the same page — the stripper shoe I do not do — but it's on its way to becoming a big trend. And I'm just not sure how I feel about that. How's about you, do you think it's hot? If so try
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