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 Edged WHY 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.
HOW-TO 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.Read MoreLess
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