Update The Classic Cat Eye

The cat eye has been around since Cleopatra wore kohl, but Too Faced seems to have tired of the standard, single-shade flick. Cat Eyes Shadow & Liner Collection is a pan filled with powders—not a liquid, gel or cream formula in sight.“Powdered eyeliner can also be used as a shadow, so it gives you the flexibility of having options", notes cofounder and creative director Jerrod Blandino. Below, find three chic ways to update the iconic look for fall.

Modern Color. It’s a fresh take on the ‘60s classic cat eye, but enhanced with color.” Use an angled brush to apply glimmering aubergine Jungle Love or velvety brown Leopard to the upper lashline, working your way from the outer corner to the inner tear duct. Monochromatic Punk. The “monochromatic, punk cat eye” requires the layering of two textures—first laying down a base of diffused dry shadow, then wetting the powder for a more intense line. For additional contrast, create a color wash across the eyelids with a lighter shade—the beige-toned Purrr and Meow shadows are ideal choices for a subtle backdrop. The Double Stripe. A slightly thicker, longer black cat eye, enhanced with purple striping along the top. Switch out the purple for your shade of choice; the palette’s powder eyeshadows work just as well as the liner options when you’re tracing the first flick. Pick up a brush and try a stroke of gold, silver or even pink.

 

 

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