The 4th of July is right around the corner. In a few days, we’ll be celebrating America’s Independence. It’s common to see people take patriotism a step further by implementing the country’s colors into their outfits, makeup looks, nail art and even hair! While this is commendable, there’s nothing like a wearable 4th of July makeup look that masters chic and stylish without looking like you just stepped out from a musical ensemble.
This 4th of July makeup look is extremely simple and put together, with a pop of color on the lower lid and lips to serve patriotic purposes. Its perfect for the minimalist and for those who are more comfortable with a lesser amount of makeup on.
You’d be a clean faced beauty with this “Rosie the Riveter” inspired look.It can be easily transitioned from a 4th of July makeup look to to an every day look and is perfect for those who are in tune with their feminine side
This look is extremely bold and that’s what we love about it. It steps away from the usual “bold red” lip and gives us bold blue lips instead. It’s beautiful, attractive and suitable for those who are not afraid to “serve face” on Independence day.
This 90s glam look gives you a cool vibe to take on Independence Day. You’d be the unique one with this gorgeous look
Much like the “simple” look but with more glow, this look is perfect for the lady who is opting for a very chic and classy look. If you’re going to be celebrating Independence day at a formal event or you’re simply spending the evening out, this look should be your go-to.
Being on a budget shouldn’t stop you from looking your best, or from trying out a 4th of July inspired makeup look. Kayleigh Noelle achieves her entire look using items gotten from a drugstore.
Glitter babe achieves its look using a tad bit of glimmering shadow. It’s edgy and it adds personality to your entire face.
Bright red lipsticks are a staple for bold and sexy looks. This 4th of July make up look couples that with bright blue lids to give you the ultimate 4th of July glam.
Lilian Ogbuefi is a Creative Writer/Blogger interning at 301 digital media and currently completing her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and English at Fisk University, Nashville Tennessee. She identifies as a story teller and believes that story telling is the ultimate way to preserve thoughts and ideas while influencing the actions and decisions of the individual that interprets the story behind the art, thus, promoting change in the society. As a writer and filmmaker, she strives to embrace this modern form of expression by infusing it with as much positive messages as possible. At the end of the day, what’s truly important to her are, the messages we pass, the stories we tell and the changes we influence. “Stories change lives; make them count”.