LASHES UPON LASHES
Backcombed hair, exaggerated liner and barely there lips are the elements that defined beauty of the 1960s: think Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton and Nancy Sinatra. Sixties make-up marked the start of a cool, experimental movement where the pretty cat-eyes of the 50s were wiped off in favour of a more graphic, rebellious look – and lashes took the spotlight. Make-up artist Selina Spittler says, ‘Apply a creamy kohl liner in jet black around the eye and smudge it in, blending across the eye line to soften it.’ You can also use a cream shadow with a matte finish to give the look a more current edge. Finish with falsies or simply add lashings of mascara. Another way to create that doe-eyed effect is to work your eye pencil along the socket line, just below the brow bone. Swap your kohl pencil for a liquid liner and draw in exaggerated angles for an instant and runway-worthy update.