- Smokey cat eye
- Exaggerated cat eye
- Coloured cat eye
- Metallic cat eye
- Triple winged cat eye
- Upside down cat eye
Smokey cat eye
A smokey cat eye? Yes, it’s totally possible. You need to make sure you use a visiting card to draw out the edges while doing a smokey eye. If you want something sexy yet doable, this one is perfect. Might take some practice but we promise—it’s totally worth it.
Get the look with the Lakmé Absolute Illuminating Eye Shadow Palette Gold
Exaggerated cat eye
Bored the of simple cat eye? Give your eye makeup look an upgrade by opting for an exaggerated and dramatic cat eye. Think complete retro where you draw beyond the lines and take your stroke really long. It’s going to be extra long, it’s going to be dramatic and you are going to be unapologetic about it. Ready for this one?
Get the look with the Lakmé Absolute Precision Liquid Liner
Coloured cat eye
Who says a cat eye has to be black? If you like a pop of colour on your face, it’s time to try the coloured cat eye now. You can use bright blues, greens or even red liners to create this look but while you add colour to your eyes, make sure the rest of your face is bare and minimal. This means blue eyes and nude lips. Get it?
Get the look with the Lakmé Absolute Precision Eye Artist Kajal in Sapphire Blue
Metallic cat eye
It’s not a party look till your eyes have a drama of metal on them. So if you’re looking for a glitzy eye makeup look, make way for metallic cat eyes. Use a shiny eyeliner to create a flick on your upper lash line. Depending on your choice, you can either make a thick or thin one. If you like OTT looks, this is just what your eye makeup needs.
Get the look with the Lakmé Absolute Shine Line in Grey
Triple winged cat eye
Think the regular cat eye is too basic for you? Introduce yourself to the triple cat eye where you create the regular cat eye and then add two strokes on the lower lash line and below that to create three strokes. Perfect for a night look, this cat eye can be achieved with either a plain black liner or if you want to take it a notch higher, you can even try it with two different shades.
Get the look with the Lakmé Absolute Gloss Artist Eye Liner
Upside down cat eye
In the makeup world, anything is possible. So when we heard that upside down cat eyeliner was a thing, we were rather curious. While you create the regular cat eye on the upper lashline, this one is applied on the lower lashline and the stroke goes outwards. Think of it as kajal in addition to liner.
Get the look with the Lakmé Eyeconic Kajal, Black