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Cat eye makeup tips

She is trying for my look
She is trying for my look
Karla Kirby

Cats have captivating and beautiful eyes and no one can deny it. No wonder so many women have been trying to imitate them for years and years. You too can have the dramatic look of the cat and here’s how:

Select a becoming shade of eye shadow that is just a wee bit lighter than your natural eyelid skin tone. Apply it all over the entire eyelid using a large, good quality eye shadow brush.

Next apply a good highlight color, perhaps with a bit of glitter in it... Start out directly below your inner brow and sweep outwards, using the natural arch of the brow as a guide...

Once this is accomplished apply a darker, deeper brown into the outer crease of your eyelid. This should go all the way to the furthest segment of the crease.

Now it’s time to gently blend the crease color with a smudge brush so that it is not too harsh or outlandish.

Take a good quality pencil eyeliner and carefully dot along the lash line from the inner corner all the way to the outer corner. Keep it quite close to the lash line. Don’t dot too close together, four dots will do the job!

Use the dots as a guide. Connect the dots slowly with a liquid liner. Try to stay as close to your lash line as possible. Try one thin line of black and then just above it, a fine line of green or blue.

Set in motion the next step by slightly slanting upwards when you reach the middle of your eye. Expand a little past the corner of your eye. Once you have created the feline outline, fill it in.

Apply eyeliner to the lower lash line as well. This can be as thick or as thin as you choose, but be sure to stay very close to your lash line—gaps look hideous.

Now it’s time for mascara—make it a dark shade.

This may take some practice; so try it at home first.

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