Violet-and-Moss Two-Toned Cat-Eye Makeup (Black Liner and Shadows)
This look is SLIGHTLY similar to the elongated liner look I did recently, but it’s more of a traditional cat-eye shape, with a flick that goes upwards.
The main point of interest is that it is colored by coating the black with metallic shadows, which gives a very interesting and intense effect.
You will need:
- Black gel liner (I used Maybelline Lasting Drama (or Master Drama)
- A deep purple metallic shadow (Urban Decay ACDC)
- A gold mossy-green shadow (I Nuovi Moss)
- Black mascara
Step 1: First lay down the flick following the angle of your lower lash line. Be generous with it and make it quite thick and winged out.
Step 2: Extend the liner inwards to the inner corner, and then along the lower lash line as well, pulling out until it meets the upper liner.
Step 3: Using a firm, flat brush, gently pack a metallic purple shadow over the lower lash line and pull it up through the wing.
Step 4: On the upper lash line, apply a moss green shadow, but stop just where the flick goes purple, so it looks like the green transitions into a violet.
Step 5: If you pull mess up the liner with your shadow, you can always use a clean Q-tip to clean up the edges. Finish with mascara!