Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Beauty -

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.

“We wanted a sense of youth ... a good-girl­gone-bad vibe,” says hairt­stylist An­thony Turner of the looks at Kenzo

Chanel Cal­ligra­phie de Chanel in Hyper­black

Eye-catch­ing hues at Fendi

By Terry RougeEx­pert Click Stick in Rouge Ini­ti­a­tion

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