To get these eye makeup styles right, you will need Lakmé Absolute Gloss Artist Eyeliner and the Lakmé Absolute Precision Liquid Liner. The Precision Liquid Liner makes for easy application, especially for beginners. Its felt tip allows for a precise line so that you’re not spending time washing off and re-applying your eyeliner. The Gloss Artist Eyeliner is high on shine and coverage so that you can get a neat flick easily.
To do the cat eye
Rest your fingers on your face to create a stable base. Then use the Lakmé Absolute Precision Liquid Liner to draw a smooth line from the inner corner of the eye until the outer end. Extend the winged line beyond the natural eye line, keeping it perpendicular to the eye brow.
To do the double winged liner
Once your basic cat eye makeup is in place, proceed to apply the Lakmé Absolute Gloss Artist Eyeliner along the lower lash line. Extend it outwards and keep it parallel to the cat eye line. By the end of the application, you should have two small flicks for the double-winged liner to look bang on trend.
To do the retro eyeliner
Use your eyeliner to join the edge of the double-winged liner to the flick of the cat eye. This will create a thicker, curved stroke at the end of the eyes. That's all you need to say hello to retro eyes!
From the cat liner to the vintage eyeliner—you should now be a pro at eyeliner styles, ladies! So add some drama to that work-outfit or mix-it-up for an unexpected look over the weekend.