Once again, Kelly Osbourne worked the Red Carpet like a pro at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards. The television presenter and fashion it-girl stunned audiences with a gorgeous cat eye by her go-to makeup artist, Denika Bedrossian.
Denika also worked with SAG nominee, Chelsea Peretti to create her old Hollywood look.
“To complement Kelly’s modern day Audrey Hepburn theme we decided to play up her eyes for a clean and elegant look. Her winged cat eye, which I created using Eyeko’s Skinny Liquid Liner, worked well to accentuate Kelly’s fluttery eyes.”
Denika Bedrossian for Eyeko
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Wing it your way! How can I get the perfect cat eye is one of the most commonly asked beauty questions.
As with any make-up look the right tools help! With a choice of 4 liquid eyeliner pens we can help you master the perfect cat eye.
Rather than using a separate pot and brush which can be fiddly our liquid liner pens give you control for the precision required to create your cat eye.
Now whether you start in the middle, with the wing or from the inner corner is up to you! And don’t forget …it never gets easier you just get better!
Practise makes perfect cat eyes.
"I tried the eyeshadow liner from Eyeko today to make a smokey eye. I applied the shadow all over my lid and blended it in the crease with a fluffy brush."
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"I rely on this Brigitte Bardot-inspired cat-eye when I want to feel dressed up with minimal effort. I use a heavy hand – the edge of the outline almost hits the crease of my eyelid – and then swoop the liner down to start in the middle of my lid. A slip-up or a smudge can just be covered over with more eyeliner (sometimes the more the better). Because the liner is bold, I use a neutral lipstick and let the retro cat-eye have the spotlight."
Eyeliner used: Eyeko Eye Do Liquid Eyeliner