Cat Eyes

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by rota6566@yahoo.com.tw, Jan 24, 2008.

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    It's a catty kind of season with dramatic cat eyes entering this
    season front and center. If you've check the catwalk, no pun intended,
    this season -catty is certainly in. Gucci, Sass & Bride gave cat eyes
    a whole new meaning. Estee Lauder is calling the look the "new
    Cleopatra." Very retro and certain to make a statement as this look
    has great impact!

    You're a gal who has confidence in her style and you want to be "in"
    with this seasons "cat eyes." How do you accomplish this futuristic
    feline look at home?

    First make sure you have a black eyeliner pencil in your make up
    repertoire . Maybelline Cool Effect is an eyeliner eye shadow
    combination, Cover Girl has there eyeslicks gel eyecolors, and Estee
    Lauder has the Softsmudge Black. There are plenty of other good ones
    on the market.

    Apply foundation, make sure it's flawlessly applied and then highlight
    temples and cheekbones ever so slightly. Add light lip color -
    remember your eyes are the focus.

    Cover under the eye with concealer. This will prevent smudging.

    Define your eyes with a light shadow covering the entire lid, blend
    softly up to the brow bone - soft grey, cream, beige, off white,
    taupe, soft pink, soft lavender all work great.

    Work a deep dark shade into the contour to define, then blend along
    the crease

    Next apply a your black eyeliner nice and thick along the lash line.
    Draw the bottom line thick and up towards the ear.

    To open the eye up you can line inside the lash line with a white
    pencil
    Or for every day wear draw thin lines using a soft gray shadow or
    pencil

    Add mascara and if you wish a touch of sparkle and your done. Pretty
    simple!

    Make Your Fashion Statement!


    http://www.dontplayplay.com/html/Bothsexes/20061002/47359.html
     
    , Jan 24, 2008
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