DOUBLE TROUBLE Twice the eyeshadow, twice the fun
Because two tones are always better than one
1 CROSS THE LINE DIFFICULTY 3/3
Give Twiggy a run for her money with Anna Sui’s A/W 18 take on the icon’s signature ’60s look. To start, “gently buff pink shadow up from the inner corner of the eye, using a fluffy eyeshadow brush,” says Lord & Berry make-up artist Abbi-Rose Crook. Then take a purple liquid eyeliner and “trace a line that follows the shape of the upper lashes directly above the crease”. With the same colour, draw a feline flick and line the bottom lashes. For the grand finale: add some standout falsies to your upper and lower lids. Then sit back and watch the modelling contracts roll on in.
2 A CLASH COURSE DIFFICULTY 1.5/3
If you’re afraid an all-out rainbow eye might be a little too out-there for the office, try Rosie Assoulin’s A/W 18 colour clash along the waterline – it’s more subtle than you’d think. Using a damp pencil brush, apply a vivid yellow shadow “from the inner corner of the lower lashes towards the centre of the lower lid, making sure to keep it very close to the lash line,” says Crook. Then take a turquoise liner and carefully apply it along the rest of the waterline and just below, blending the yellow and blue together in the middle using the same pencil brush. If you’re seeing green, you’re good to go.
3 LAYER CAKE DIFFICULTY 1/3
Simple, speedy and statement: this masala red and cornflower blue combo breaks all the rules. To recreate the Peter Pilotto A/W 18 look, Crook says you should “start with an eyeshadow primer to intensify the colour payoff”. Apply a thin, even layer of primer, then “use a flat brush to pack the blue shadow onto the top lids, buffing the edges out with a fluffy brush towards the brow,” says Crook. To finish, simply take a brick-red eye paint and “gently blend it under the lash line”, touching up any mess with a cotton bud dipped in micellar water. Et voila.