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Get the Look: Sarah Hyland’s White Cat Eye

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When you think of white eyeliner, fresh and modern are not the first descriptions that come to mind. But Sarah Hyland sported a winter white take on the classic cat eye at the Artios Awards that was far from chalky. Get her bright-eyed look yourself with these steps!

  1. Create an even base by prepping with a color correcting eye primer, like Tarte Colored Clay CC Eye Primer Stick ($21), so that your liner stays in place all day. 
  2. Trace a line along your top lashline with white liquid eyeliner, starting at your inner corner and getting thicker as you go along. We love stila Stay All Day® Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner in Snow ($20) or Illamasqua Precision Ink in Scribe ($32.45).
  3. To create the wing, make a thin line with the same eyeliner starting at the outer corner of your eye as if you were going to continue your bottom lashline, following the same angle. Make it about a centimeter long.
  4. Connect the far tip of the line you just made to the line along your top lashline and fill in the wing.
  5. Repeat on the other eye. Dip a Q-tip in makeup remover to clean up any mistakes and make sure that the line is clean.
  6. For some extra glamour, smudge a bit of glittery white shadow under your bottom lashlines. Try bareMinerals Eyecolor in Cultured Pearl ($14).
  7. Top of the look with lots of black lengthening mascara on your top and bottom lashes to balance out the white, such as Benefit Cosmetics They're Real! Mascara ($23).

Would you try this minimalist yet daring look, collegiettes?


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