PARTY MAKEUP INSPIRATION
Looking for something fun and different to try this weekend? Why not add a little highlight to your cat eye by calling upon its twin counterpart! You might remember when I did this look on Lauren Conrad back on the red carpet back in 2011 from our … anyway, it’s much more wearable than you might think and it shows you’re confidently willing to take chances! Here’s how:
- Sweep the dusty opal shadow all over the lid, concentrating on the crease with the shadow brush.
- Trace the white pencil along the lash line and continue up and outward toward the end of the brow like you typically draw a cat eye.
- Perfect the tip of the wing with an angled liner brush by dragging the line out a millimeter longer so it’s really sharp. If needed, use a to clean up any “bobbles” in the line.
- Now trace the lash line with the black kohl pencil as you would a typical cat eye, copying the shape of the white liner.
- Again perfect the wing tip and any bobbles with the liner brush or Q-tip. **If you want to really make it dramatic, go back over the black line with a black liquid liner.
- Rim the inner waterline with the black kohl liner.
- Smudge the gold shimmer shadow along the lower lash line.
- Apply two coats of mascara to the upper lash line.
- Apply two coats of mascara to the lower lash line.