Team Zoe Tests Out Dior’s Daring Cat-Eye Liner
Left: Peter Philips for Dior (Photo: Courtesy), Right: Tom Pecheux for Chanel (Photo: Vogue.co.uk).
Step 2: Add Smoke
Add a smoky, shimmery shadow to top lids from the lashline to the crease, extending the shadow out into a cat-eye shape.
- Color Chameleon in Black Diamonds , Charlotte Tilbury $31
Step 3: Black Eyeliner
Exaggerate the cat-eye shape by tracing it with black eyeliner above and below the white liner flick.
- Eye Pencil in Union Jack Black, Butter London $18
Step 5: Add Mascara
Create lush, long lashes with a few coats of black mascara - a slightly more wearable alternative to false lashes.
- Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara, L'Oreal Paris $8
The Final Look
Bust out your sexiest blazer or cocktail dress for this statement-making look. The drama is perfect for a night on the dance floor.
The Dior and Chanel resort 2015 shows had one thing in common, other than over-the-top glamorous clothes: a bold, double decker cat-eye that’d turn heads on any dance floor. Office, family or daytime-appropriate, this look is not. Does it work off the runway at all? We totally think so (but then again, we’re sequins-at-the-altar kind of girls). Here, Joey Maalouf recreates the look on Team Zoe Editorial Assistant, Jennifer Ash.