Your cat eye, cus­tomised

Yes, ev­ery­one can wear a winged liner – even you! The trick is to adapt it for your eye shape. We break it down for you, here.

Glamour (South Africa) - - News -

the cat eye is one of the most clas­sic looks in the makeup book – and also one of the hard­est to get right. And if you’re a round-eyed girl, you’ve prob­a­bly had your share of trou­ble trans­form­ing your eyes from doll-like to fe­line, so we turned to makeup artist Hung Van­ngo, who works with ev­ery­one from Katy Perry to Se­lena Gomez, for some tips on cus­tomis­ing the look for a va­ri­ety of eye shapes. Les­son num­ber one: prac­tice makes per­fect (and a cot­ton swab goes a long way when fix­ing mis­takes). No mat­ter your eye shape, imagine an in­vis­i­ble line ex­tend­ing from the outer cor­ner of your lower lash line – you’ll want your flick to fol­low that line (about 45 de­grees). Then use Hung’s rules of thumb for dif­fer­ent eye shapes.

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