The rounded cat eye has ar­rived

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Style - By SAN­DRA LOW

WE love our cat eye make-up and now there’s an even more purr-fect cat eye shape to try.

That sexy winged eye­liner make-up has got­ten a fresh makeover. And for that we need to thank the tal­ented make-up artists at Tom Ford and Ja­son Wu dur­ing their Spring Sum­mer 2018 col­lec­tion run­way shows.

In­stead of a straight-lined cat eye with that hard-to-ex­e­cute flick at the end of your eye, the very adorable rounded cat eye sim­ply re­moves all that anx­i­ety of draw­ing that per­fect wing, with a rounded edge.

The killer pointed cat eye make-up has al­ways been as­so­ci­ated with sex ap­peal and so­phis­ti­ca­tion, but this new shape is just as sen­sual and loaded with a moder­nity that is equally edgy.

So, no more strug­gling with get­ting that per­fect thin tri­an­gu­lar flick! To cre­ate this look pick your favourite eye­shadow and ap­ply mid­way on the up­per eye­lid and elon­gate to­wards your outer eye area.

Then use a small tight eye­liner brush to dab eye­shadow into a cir­cu­lar shape to com­plete the look. Stick eye­shad­ows or crayons have a bet­ter tex­ture to help you paint a rounded shape.

You can wear this rounded cat eye look just as it is or like Lady Gaga, ap­ply a lighter shim­mery eye­shadow over the rounded cat eye make-up for con­trast and added drama.

It’s a sil­hou­ette that will suit any eye shape and looks just as good on mono­lids or deep set eyes.

With this new trend, the cat eye has fi­nally come full cir­cle!

— Pho­tos: Tom Ford

Model Aira Fer­reira wears the rounded cat eye beau­ti­fully at the Tom Ford SS2018 run­way show.

Mod­els Gra­cie Hartzel (left) and Ken­dall Jen­ner wear­ing the round cat eye look at Tom Ford’s SS2018 run­way show.

Whether you have mono­lids like model Chu Wong (left) or deep set eyes like Selena For­rest, the rounded cat eye looks gor­geous.

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