Today I decided to do things a little differently - Whilst experimenting with some of my new products, I decided to extend my typical cat-eye flick up from the bottom lash line, rather than the usual method of extending it from the top.
I left the top lash line liner-free to create a dramatic contrast between the top and lower lash lines, and I chose to add super-long lashes to balance the look out a little.
I added a light neutral shadow to the lid to keep the look looking very clean, and simply added a burgandy shadow to the crease to add depth and to also help bring out the colour of my eyes.
What do you think about this reversed appearance? Would you dare to wear your makeup with all of the focus boldly aimed at the bottom lash line, rather than on top?
- Motives by Loren Ridinger Eye Base
- Anastasia Beverly Hills 'Cream' eyeshadow (from the 'Lavish' palette) all over lid and brow bone
- Anastasia Beverly Hills 'Sienna' eyeshadow (from the 'Lavish' palette' blended into crease
- Inglot AMC gel liner in #77 to extend winged liner
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Covet Waterproof Eyeliner in 'Noir' to line lower lash line
- Motives by Loren Ridinger 'Smoke' eyeshadow (from the 'My Beauty Weapon' palette) placed along lower lash line and to smudge out liner
- Eyeko Curvy Brush mascara
- Eldora #H105 false lashes
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in 'Caramel'
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Tinted Brow Gel in 'Caramel'