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“A subtle slick using coloured liners looks really striking”

mascara – I’d recommend It Cosmetics Superhero (£21, Boots) mascara to do the job here. Equally, the Kat Von D Ink Well matte eyeliner is available in six shades including Outlaw, a gorgeous summery coral, which looks scorching hot swept into a cat flick. (£17, Debenhams). The eyeliner trend continues, and whether it’s flicked up, down or to the side, the key to adopting this look is by going big, bold and unapologetically black. Too shaky to master a subtle slice? No worries – this version of the flick is for you. Rather than hug the lash line, these wings hide a multitude of art-fail sins and instead fly across most of the eyelid, and even make their presence felt up on the brow bone. Halpern, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Prada jumped on the retro revival, with dark, angular

makeup, Pat McGrath, with the Subversive eyeshadow palette (£30,, five stunning pressed pigments with rich payoff and shimmer. Splurge on the Uoma Beauty Black Magic Carnival palette (£43, for ten matte and shimmer shades with a super-spicy fuchsia and yellow combination, straight from the catwalk. For the perfect, vibey coral, grab the Juvia’s Place Warrior 3 palette (£24.95, – made popular on Instagram, Juvia’s Place offers pigment- rich, vegan and cruelty free colour. And for a total steal, head to Superdrug and seek out the Revolution Reloaded Monster Matte Neon eyeshadow palette, just £12 for 45 shades! Try using a bold yellow in your crease, and a deeper shade like pink or red over lids to really pack a punch. If you like the idea of a statement eye, but are not quite ready to go all out, a subtle slick using coloured liners looks really striking, while also being work- friendly. Gosh Metal Eyes in turquoise (£5.94, Superdrug) looks stunning smudged under the lower lash line and finished with a generous brushing of

Founded four years ago by makeup artist Natasha Denona, this eponymous trend-setting makeup line has become a worldwide (and Instagram) phenomenon. Natasha’s eyeshadows are some of the best in the industry, and while you’ll pay for that quality, the limited edition Love Palette (£60, is just so stunning. There are 15 shades, including metallic champagnes, rich reds, and pretty pinks and purples. THE ONE THAT I WANT

flicks seen at Helmut Lang, too. Make sure you have a top-notch liner in your kit bag – you can’t go wrong with Sleek Dip It, an absolute steal at £4.99 from Boots.


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