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When drawing a cat eye, follow the outer bottom lash line upward to get the perfect line.
If you have a hard time drawing a straight line of eyeliner at the base of the lids, draw dashes and connect by smudging the liner with a Q-tip.
When creating a cat eye, keep applying eyeliner past the length of your eyebrow. You can always remove the excess, but it can be really hard to lengthen a liquid line with precision if you’ve stopped too soon.
Use a palette of stone grey shades for a smoky cat eye. Try Bobbi Brown Black Pearl Eye Shadow Palette ($47.50, bloomingdales.com) for a great range of colors.
For a daytime cat eye, begin at the inside of the eyelid and drag the liquid liner applicator all the way across the lid to the outside of the eye. When you get to the outside of the eye, move the applicator up and out to create a wing effect.
Apply shadow before attempting a cat eye to ensure you don’t smudge it.
If you want a daytime-appropriate cat eye, apply a layer of shadow, draw on your cat eye, wait for it to dry, then apply another layer of shadow to tone it down.
Tilt your chip up but look down at a mirror when drawing your cat eye.
Make your cat eye bold by drawing it on with a bright color, instead of your basic black or brown.
If you’re having trouble with liquid liner, draw a practice line with a taupe eyeliner and the trace it with the liquid.