How to Do Perfect Cat Eyes Makeup
Cat eye is a classic, very feminine makeup, no wonder it is so popular in this decade. However difficult it may seem, in fact it is quite simple and natural as compared to other makeup styles. In the meantime, it is very chic, sexy and gives you a mysterious air. A properly done cat eye makeup accentuates the face and highlights the eye. If you are ready to experiment, let’s see the major steps to obtain this dramatic look.
Step 1. It is important to have a hands-free mirror, so you can use both of your hands. After applying the under eye concealer (either liquid or powder) you will need a sharp eyeliner or a liquid eyeliner with a thin, angled brush. First I would recommend you to do a little practice in advance with both of these, so you can find out which is the easiest for you to use. If you decide to use the liquid eyeliner, always go for the one with the shortest tip, so you’ll have more control over it. However, it is better to start with a pencil liner and after you get a certain routine in being precise, you can switch to liquid liner whenever you want.
Step 2. Pull your eyelid taut and keep your hand steady. Always do it with your eyes open so that you can see how your winged line will look like. Use a sharp black eyeliner pencil and dot precisely along the roots of the eyelashes form the inner corner slowly towards the outer line of the eye to make sure the line will follow a right curve, and then fill it up. The most important thing is to make the line as close to the lashes as possible, following your natural lash line. As you reach towards the outer corner of the eye, slowly slant the line upwards, thicken it and carry the line as far as you like. In general, it is about a quarter of an inch long. For a more natural look, make a thinner line, but if you would like to obtain a more dramatic look, make it fatter. It is very important to open your eyes and check your work. If the wings are uneven, you can adjust them to each other until they are perfect.
Step 3. In order to create a smokier makeup look, use a brush and apply a dark eyeshadow over the top of your line, and towards the brow bone and gently blend the edges of the eyeshadow and the eyeliner.
Step 4. To highlight the natural curves of your eyebrows, use an eyebrow pencil. This way your cat eye makeup will be more pronounced.
Step 5. As a finishing touch, apply 2 or 3 thin coats of volume mascara on both the upper and lower eyelashes.
By following this guideline, you will be able to create a perfect finish for your appealing cat eye makeup. Don’t forget: ‘pratice makes the master’. Practice it a few times before the event and you will achieve perfect results. Be free to try new makeup styles and enjoy your new look!