Would You Wear Colored Mascara?

Someone recently asked me if I ever change my look, hair and make-up speaking. I was a little taken aback until I realized that I really don't - I've
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Someone recently asked me if I ever change my look, hair and make-up speaking. I was a little taken aback until I realized that I really don't - I've
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Someone recently asked me if I ever change my look, hair and make-up speaking. I was a little taken aback until I realized that I really don't - I've been doing the "natural" thing my whole life, using only neutral makeup. So I decided to make a few changes: First, inspired by Marni's runways, I purchased a pink lipstick, and even wore it during the day. Then I even threw on some sparkles a la Zac Posen for effect. Now I'm thinking about buying a bright mascara instead of my usual black. Colored mascara's been popping up on the runway for a few years now, starting with blue at Dior, gold at Gucci and this season's white lashes at Erin Fetherston. MAC has a bright teal that would be perfect for spring, and I've read a billion times that blue mascara is supposed to "make eyes pop" as it's always put, but I can't help but feel like I might end up looking like a little raver who forgot that she's supposed to be at work. Would you wear colored mascara? Or is this just too out there for everyday life?