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 Double Liner Story… anyway, it’s much more wearable than you might think and it shows you’re confidently willing to take chances! Here’s how:
- A Black Gel Liner Pencil
- A White Matte Kohl Pencil
- A Light Rose Gold Powder Eye Shadow
- A Gold Shimmer Cream Eye Shadow
- An Angled Contour Shadow Brush
- An Angled Liner Brush
- A Small Smudge Brush
- Your Favorite Mascara
- 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 Precision Q-tip 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.