An eyeliner based on the model of Audrey Hepburn is best known as an accurately curved line in deep black, for which the icon is envied to this day. In the summer of 2021, however, it is worth making a decisive color change - from black to white. Salvatore Ferragamo's runway looks to serve as inspiration for the make-up trend and as a template for applying make-up.
Eyeliner and eyeliner lines move the eye area into the center of attention and act as a spotlight - the stronger the desired effect, the more important it is to play with colors, shapes, and contrasts. Just as an eyeliner in jet black makes the eyes bigger and the lash line look fuller, the look is particularly radiant and youthful when it is framed by light nuances. Why are white liners and eyeliner lines in fashion now? Because they come into their own with a summer complexion. In addition to the right shade (suitable or contrary to the natural skin and eye color), the right curve plays a central role in every eyeliner. As with Audrey Hepburn's classic, the make-up trend for “White Wings” draws the eyeliner at the outer corner of the eye diagonally upwards and outwards - but not in deep black, but in a radiant white.
For a look with White Wings, as seen on the catwalk at Salvatore Ferragamo in summer 2021, paint the eyeliner generously on the skin and emphasize the triangle over the outer corner of the eye so that the white eyeliner is reminiscent of the wing tips of an angel. Anyone who appreciates graphic lines forgets about coloring and concentrates fully on accurate and precisely drawn lines, as with supermodel Gigi Hadid. Metallic shimmering textures and a white eyeliner, which is refined with fine gemstones, as shown by Kristen Stewart based on the example of Chanel in Cannes, ensure the ultimate radiance.