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The Kate Moss!
Quite often people like to reference this look as the ‘Audrey eyeliner’ . That of course was before Kate Moss arrived!
First step, we are going to Curl the lashes and apply some falsies and then one layer of mascara.
Then we’re going into creating perfect skin, highlight and contour.
Prep the eye lid with a light bronzed color. Working a large amout of product into the socket and then blend out with a large bristled brush.
Liquid liners aren’t easy but they do have a dramatic effect.
I always start with the edge of the eye flick, starting from the eye tilt I flick the product up with fine strokes until I have my desired winged shape.
I then create a very fine line connecting the winged liner to the eye socket. Take that line and connect it to the lash line. Once desired thickness is achieved move on to the next eye.
Now we are going to finish it off by adding a bit of depth to the bottom last line. I’m using a smudge brush and black shadow.
Then our final look.
Photos: kristina Soljo @ Oneninetynine
Model: Valentina @ Chic
Its been a little to long since I have been able to spend the time and take you through a make-up how to. Life being this fabulous can sometimes get in the way! ☺
We shot this look after a long day of shooting, but I just took some inspiration and wanted to demonstrate one of my favorite eye shapes.
First things first! I curled the lashes and applied a few random falsies. Finishing off this step with a light layer of mascara.
For this look it’s all about the blending.
Tip; This isn’t something that many make-up artists will shape but the trick with blending using is using multiple colours that are just a slight tone or depth in difference to the previous layer.
With a light pink shadow and my trusty Deluxe blending brush I start at the bottom lash line blending a light amount of product to the outer lash line. Remembering that the shape I want to create is round and soft. Finishing up this layer by taking the excess product and blending it into the inner socket.
Secondly blending over the top of the pink is a purple eye shadow with the same depth. But this is my statement colour so I’m a bit heavy handed with this product but yet sill maintaining our beautiful round shape. Focusing most of the colour more towards the eye lid.
On the of the eye lid I washed over a lighter shimmer shadow so that it would catch the light and be overtly radiant.
Layering over the top of the shimmer product I applied a very light Purple eye shadow.
Tip; I always go over all of the blending with a clean blending brush this is to insure everything is super blended and marries well.
Then I finished off with a strip of lashes! (Who could resist?)
Hope you all love as much as I do!
Photos; Kristina Soljo