One of my favorite looks from the last issue of the In Beauty, was the one from Talbot Runhof.
Instead of doing a cat eye with a wing they emphasize the crease with another line to create more deep and expression to the look.
They used a lime green color for this. In my version I used a coffee-brown kohl pencil.
I can imagine that this style would also look good with a blue, purple or bordeaux color.
Sorry for "creepy lenses".
I run out of the neutral ones.
And now to my version of the runway look:
|start as always with a primer (e.g. MAC Paints)|
|put some matte fair brown eyeshadow on the lid|
(e.g. MAC Omega)
|draw a line with a kohl pencil|
it's easier to use the kohl pencil instead of a liquid liner
because you can correct more easily (MAC coffee)
|draw a second line along your crease of the eye|
Tip: the pencil will more glide if you keep turning it
|put some of the fair brown eyeshadow over it to fix it|
blend a little bit of the eyeshadow over your crease up
to the eyebrows
|since I was not satisfied with the effect on the lash line|
I gave some black liquid eyeliner over it
just a fine line (Lime Crime)
|blend the black line into the brown line with a fine brush|
|some cream eyeliner for the water line (Isadora Inliner)|
and a little bit of the brown kohl pencil exact on the under lashes
(make some small points)
|Mascara! (MaxFaktor 2000 kcal)|
Highlighter in the inner corner and on the highest spot under
your brown, then blend it (e.g. MAC Blanc Type)