With “Jean Seberg and Milla Jovovich in The Fifth Element” in mind, the beauty team created blunt eyeliner paired with dewy skin and nude nails at Rag & Bone A/W 2015.
The colder weather often calls for dark, smoky eye makeup and at the Cushnie et Ochs A/W 2015 show which was inspired by space travel and the vastness of the universe, models rocked a smoldering one with a hint of green.
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.
To complement the vibrant colors and tribal prints in the African sunset-inspired Yoana Baraschi Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, butter LONDON Global Colour Ambassador Katie Jane Hughes teamed up with RUSK Artistic Director Gerard Caruso to give models a fun look that consisted of graphic white eyeliner, red lips and a messy bun.
The graphic eyeliner trend continued to be a hit this fall with makeup artists interpreting the look in an even more unconventional, modern manner. At Anthony Vaccarello A/W 2014, red lipstick and black liquid eyeliner were applied on models’ lids and under their eyes with dental flossfor a “sophisticated and arty cool” look. At Marchesa, gel and liquid eyeliner in shades of blue and green were layered over each other for a feminine look while Zac Posen presented us with a “black swan” graphic eye with feather-like strokes at the inner and outer corner of the eyes.