When it comes to drawing outside the lines and taking risks, actress Amber Heard
isn't shy. The star of The Rum Diary
, plays muse to top Hollywood makeup pro Jeanine Lobell.
Open EdgedWHY IT WORKS
Bored with the traditional cat eye? With the wing open just a smidge, the iconic look gets an edgy, new vibe. "It's more graphic and interesting, yet nearly just as simple to do," says Lobell.
Using a stiff pointed brush, Lobell traced Heard's upper and lower lash lines with a jet-black liquid, extending the lines 1/4 inch past the outer corners of her eyes (leaving a space in between). "If you go out further, you'll have a Black Swan
moment," she warns. "And make sure the lines are straightnot flared upalmost like an equal sign." To clean up imperfections, Lobell used a pointed cotton swab dipped in eye-makeup remover.