By Erin Lukas
Updated May 31, 2017 @ 11:00 am
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Of course Willow Smith would take the celebrity makeup trend of 2017 and run with it. At the Chanel Metiers D’Art Collection Paris Cosmopolite show in Tokyo today, the 16-year-old put a anime-inspired spin on the monochromatic makeup looks you’ve seen on celebs like Rihanna and Emma Stone.

Instead of opting for a matchy-matchy eyeshadow and lipstick or lipstick and blush combo, Smith paired her graphic red eyeliner with a lip in the exact same shade. The singer and actress wore a crimson, negative space cat-eye with a sharp line that extended towards the inner-eye and out towards the tail of her brow. A swipe of a matte red lipstick completed her makeup look.

Further proving that coordination is the key to executing a monochromatic look, Smith wore her hair in two pigtails on top of her head that were tied with bright red hair ties.

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Swap your black cat-eye for a navy blue flick to enhance the natural golden flecks in your warm, brown eyes. Courtesy

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Make your eyes really pop by swiping along your lash line with a liner in a contrasting color, like a vibrant purple. Courtesy

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Gray might not be the first color that comes to mind when you want to play up your brown eyes, but a cool charcoal shade of liner against warm brown eyes will really make your irises glow. Courtesy

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The way an emerald green shade accentuates hidden gold flecks in blue eyes is proof that sometimes opposites do attract. Courtesy

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A contrasting metallic like copper will pick up the gold flecks in blue eyes and really brighten them up. Keep the line close to the lashes, or take a bold turn by covering more of the lid for night. Courtesy

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As far as color matches go, green and violet can’t be topped. The purple accent will enhance the eye’s earthy green hues without looking too audacious. Courtesy

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Since red complements green on the color wheel, the reddish undertones of a copper liner will look gorgeous on a set of green eyes. Courtesy

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A jet black liner can have a flattening effect on light eyes. Instead, elevate your green peepers with a brown shade that’s a touch softer, but still impactful. Courtesy

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Gilded eyeliner will boost the green tones in hazel eyes. For a radiant look, add a touch of gold liner to the center and inner corner of the eyes to really make them sparkle. Courtesy

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A neutral brown shade like Revlon’s pencil will boost the natural rich tones in hazel eyes. Courtesy

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Accentuate the blue side of your gray eyes with a vivid burgundy on your lash and water lines. Courtesy

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Gray eyes will look amazing with a pearly shade of liner that emphasizes their rare smoky color. Courtesy 1 of 12 Advertisement