It’s back! Lauren Conrad’s iconic cat eye made an appearance at her recent book signing event on April 3 at Barnes & Nobles in L.A. and we’re stoked! We love this classic look and it highlights her stunning eyes! Keep reading for tips on how to recreate this look!
Lauren Conrad, 30, is known for her excellent taste in fashion and flawless, fresh-faced makeup, so it was exciting to see her iconic cat eye look making a comeback! Lauren has been very busy due to her ongoing book tour for her book, “Celebrate,” but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t dress to impress every time. She’s been sporting the trendiest looks and her perfect cat eye for the past several weeks! It makes her blue eyes pop — we’re obsessed!
Getting your cat eye to look fierce (or better yet, not a complete mess), seems to be super hard at times. It’s difficult getting that precise line and even more difficult getting both eyes to match! Thankfully, celebrity makeup artist Amy Nadine, who works with Lauren, is sharing her tips on how she’s able to achieve the perfect cat eye look! Keep reading to find out how!
It’s no surprise that Lauren’s been all over Amy’s Instagram — she’s been avidly promoting the book tour for Lauren through several of her posts, as well as the many different looks she’s done on Lauren. One of her posts even highlights the products she used to get Lauren’s iconic eye look!
How To Get The Perfect Cat Eye — Copy Lauren Conrad’s Look
Let’s get to it. Below you will find a step by step guide on how Amy was able to achieve this look! Check it out!
“• Tools: You’ll need a black liquid liner, or for the faint of heart, try a gel liner with a thin liner brush.
• Start at the inner corner and drag the brush along the lashline to the outer corner.
• Tip: If you rest your elbow on a counter in front of your mirror, if will give you a steadier hand because the only pivot allowed will be at the wrist.
• Tip: the firmer you press the brush, the thicker the line will be.
• Then imagine a line from the outside corner to the end of your brow, that becomes the angle for the wing. With light brush strokes, slowly draw the wing at that angle.
There you have it! Resting your elbow on a counter is such a smart tip and will probably save us from any future shaky lines! Definitely try these out and let us know if it works for you! The cat eye is perfect for a day out around the town or a fun date night!
Share some of your favorite tips down below too, HollywoodLifers! We’d love to hear from you!