Bobbi’s Beauty School: Glam Cat Eye
- Written By:Bobbi Brown
- Photography:Ben Ritter
Winged liner doesn’t have to be an all-out cat eye. When paired with a ballerina face, it’s subtle and sexy. Keep the rest of the face clean with a hint of blush and glossy lips and you’ll be ready for the party. Here’s how to get the look:
I used a tinted moisturizer to even out the skin and added concealer where needed— on any spots and under the eyes. I used a pinky blush on the apple of the cheeks to add just a hint of color.
I applied a pale shadow all over the lid to help make the liner really stand out. You can use any type of liner to create this look, but I think it’s easier with a gel or liquid liner. Always apply starting from the outer corner of the eye, moving all the way across the upper lash line to the inner corner. Make the line thinner as you move toward the inner corner. For the wing, extend the line from the outer corner so that it goes up and out into a soft point. How long you make it is up to you, just make sure both eyes mirror each other.
I kept the brows really natural, just brushing up and setting with a clear brow gel.
The key to keeping this look current is to pair it with a nude lip. I also love it with a subtle glossy lip, like I did here.