In addition to new fashion, you can also take a look at make-up ideas at the international Fashion Weeks - the exciting shimmering and powerfully framed Cat Eyes by Tom Ford, Laquan Smith, and Mark Fast in autumn 2021 can be used for the next party. Note the season. The make-up trend conjures up large and glamorous eyes that promise a big appearance at every celebration. In the following, we reveal which products are best used for this and which tricks are best used to create the look.
Anyone who followed the Laquan Smith fashion show in autumn 2021 and saw model Jasmine Tookes in the face was probably immediately hypnotized - because her eyes (matching the sparkling mini dress) shone in the most intense blue. An XL eyeliner that was wide curved, like Audrey Hepburn's once, covered the entire eyelid and also sparkled in the headlights as if it were covered with liquid crystals.
This is how you make up the make-up trend: First draw the contours on the upper eyelid with a bright blue eyeliner, i.e. draw a curved eyeliner from the inner to the outer corner of the eye towards the browbones. Then paint the area between the eyeliner and the lash line generously with liquid eye shadow or eyeliner and let it dry briefly. For the ultimate sparkle effect, dust some loose glitter over it or attach individual crystals to the lid with tweezers and a little eyelash glue. Draw the lower eyelid several times with a matching color pencil or eyeliner and frame the eyes completely in blue.
The make-up variants by Tom Ford and Mark Fast also moved the eyes to the center of attention. However, they were not completed with liquid eyeliner, but rather made up as metallic smokey eyes, framed with creamy eyeshadow in gold and silver. And generously and in several shifts.
This is how the make-up trend is made up: Generously coat the upper eyelid with one or more metallic shimmering eyeshadow nuances in gold and/or silver - best done with the fingertip of the ring finger, a soft brush, or a mini beauty blender. Put an extra swab on the inner corner of the eye and also trace the lower eye contour once (see Mark Fast). Then apply black ink to the eyelashes and, if you like, also frame the eye below and above with a fine, black line (as with Tom Ford).
The third variant of the runway make-up trends is primarily intended for those who prefer to hold back with eye-catching colors and prefer color classics such as black and anthracite for eye make-up. The generously curved eyeliner variant by Laquan Smith naturally not only works in iridescent blue but also works wonderfully as deep black cat eyes! If you want, you can refine the even black with a bit of glitter or individual crystals to create a sparkling party glam.
This is how the make-up trend works: First, draw the contours of the XL eyeliner on the upper eyelid and pull it far beyond the outer corner of the eye towards the temples. Also, follow the lower eyelid and bring the lower and upper eyelid lines together at the angles. Color the area between the eyeliner and the lash line evenly with black eyeliner. This works best with the help of a fine brush and a liquid, smudge-proof eyeliner texture. Let everything dry well and refine with individual crystal stones or some glitter. Finally, ink the lashes in deep black.
Tip: Regardless of which variant of the glamorous eye make-up you choose (and whether you combine all three variants into one like make-up icon Pat McGrath): It is worthwhile to apply a special primer to the upper eyelid before applying make-up prepare. Keeps the skin supple, lets the colored textures adhere longer, and prevents the color from settling in the fine eyelid wrinkles.