Take the feline flick to new proportions with bold liner, hints of glitter, and a dash of colour—if you dare. Kenzo, Burberry, and Emanuel Ungaro were just a few of the fashion houses to take on this trend. It’s the newest and coolest way to rock a night out. At Fendi, make-up artist Peter Philips went to new extremes with vibrant swirls framing the eyes. Philips calls it “psychedelic, playful, almost childish” with a carefree festival vibe. “Nowadays, girls don’t have a problem expressing themselves,” Philips says. And you definitely shouldn’t. “Naughty Japanese schoolgirls meet Sailor Moon” is how make-up artist Lynsey Alexander describes her graphic, glittery creations at Kenzo.
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