- Black and sequined cat eye
- Double-sided cat eye
- Thumbprint cat eye
- Neon cat eye
- Reverse white cat eye
- Black Swan cat eye
Black and sequined cat eye
This was a few years ago at Chanel when makeup artists gave a twist to the original black cat eye by adding a line of sequence on the lower lash line. Attention-grabbing and so OTT—this cat eye was the kinda extra we love!
Double-sided cat eye
Double sided cat eyes? Yes, please! This is when you draw two exaggerated flicks: one at the inner corner of the eyes and another, in the outer corner. A favourite on the runway, this trend can easily pass off as your party eye makeup look.
Thumbprint cat eye
It was in 2017 that Jason Wu reinvented the cat eye with thumbprint liner—a spin to the original cat eye except that in this one, the flick wasn’t a defined flick; it was more like a fingerprint. If you’ve always worried about your unsteady hands, this look might just be perfect to achieve!
Neon cat eye
This year, Jeremy Scott gave us the cutest neon cat eyes. The wings were created by hand-cutting plastic and the inner eye had a pop of colour—the kinda cat eye we wouldn’t dare try but it surely made a big roar on the runway!
Reverse white cat eye
This was Ulla Johnson’s A/W 2014 makeup look where we saw how impactful white could be when added to a cat eye. The reverse cat eye on the lower lash line totally gave us makeup goals!
Black Swan cat eye
Inspired by black swan, this feathered cat eye makeup look seen on the Zac Posen runway few years ago was the most artistic form of a cat eye. Next time you feel like doing a cat eye, try this look.
You can try these looks using the Lakmé Eyeconic Liner Pens