Thick and Squared Off
WHY IT WORKS
"This eye makes me feel rebellious. I'd wear it with sexy heels and a badass pair of jeans," Heard says. As striking as a colorblock design, this thick, squared-off wing looks most modern with a matte finishand no mascara. "This is for that cool girl who puts eyeliner on and nothing else," says Lobell.
Before applying liner, Lobell dusted translucent powder over Heard's lids, then pulled her eyelid up toward the temple to hold skin taut. Using a pointed felt-tip eyeliner pen, she drew a thick streak along the upper lash lines, flicked the line upward just past the outer corners, and dragged the pen inward across the crease. Next, she filled in the open square with pencil and topped the wing off with matte gel eyeliner. "The muted color tones down the intensity and makes it look fresh," says Lobell, who again used a pointed cotton swab to polish up the lines.