Lined lids

11 Sep

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Oh, well…We’ve all been to history class discovering throughout teachers lessons astonishing details about queen Cleopatra’s life. Of course, by that time none of her thirst for power, love affair,and risky decisions remained on my mind.

But one thing clearly stud out for me later when I’ve saw her cat-eye signature look on Elizabeth Taylor as she played the title role in the lavish production “Cleopatra”. And suddenly, all the stories that depicted the queen as a beautiful seductress came together on the same page.

From the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, the black eyeliner takes center-stage now on fall’s catwalk. The classic, precise line was switched up by makeup artists with boxy corners and graphic harsh strokes.

Dark-as-night liners brought out an avant-garde approach to the non-perfectly formed cat-eyes shapes seen on Moschino, Altuzarra, Lanvin and Mary Katrantzou.

It doesn’t matter if you keeping it simple with the drawing or exaggerating the wing above the outer corner, is important to know that this look is easy to achieve. Sure, this feline flicks can seem complicated, but they are actually quite easy to master.

So, for crafting a gorgeous,sultry, sexy cat-eye you’ll need just steady hands and your lined lids will be cat’s meow!

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