At Atelier Versace Spring 2015 Couture, makeup artist Pat Mcgrath took the classic Versace eye and kicked it up a notch. Eyes were rimmed in shades of black and cobalt blue and winged out with matching overdrawn creases. The end result? A bold yet strikingly beautiful look that popped against the clean skin and peachy nude lips.
“Cleopatra in the Hamptons” served as inspiration behind the dramatic, ultra-chic cat eye at Cushnie et Ochs Spring/Summer 2015.
At Atelier Versace Fall 2014 Couture, the idea was “couture-modern, but also something graphic, aerodynamic, and fun”. As a result, lead makeup artist Pat McGrath created a dramatic two-toned cat eye in shades of teal by first covering the entire lid with a lighter color then contrasting it with a darker shade around the crease and winged towards the temple. Brows were groomed and the lips given a neutral color, which provided the perfect balance. To dupe the look at home, try this instead.
After the Indian-inspired look for Pre-fall 2012, Chanel wowed us once again with a gorrrrrgeous beauty look at the Resort 2015 show in Dubai. Models were given ultra big hair, glowy skin and pink lips paired with dramatic two-toned eyeliner and a touch of gold in the inner corners. Love the look? Read on for the exact products used to create it and remember to check out this similar look worn by Emma Watson.
Looks like Chanel is continuing its color streak from Spring all the way to Fall. At the Chanel A/W 2014 show, models showed off full brows and flawless skin (courtesy of the upcoming The Complexion Perfection Lumiere Velvet Foundation) paired with a dab of Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Canaille on the cheeks and a silvery eye contrasted with a colorful wing in shades of pink, green, orange and blue. How cool!
A reverse cateye with lots of lashes dominated the runway of Nicholas K A/W ’14. “It’s really just a modern egdy twist on a classic cat eye,” explained Avon Global Celebrity Makeup Artist Lauren Andersen. “The bold geometrically bottom-lined lashes were balanced with a more neutral lip.” Catch the 411 on the look after the jump!