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ELLE - SKINNY LIQUID EYELINER

"London's Eyeko Skinny Liner makes a Winehuose-worthy cat eye a snap"
April Long, Executive Beauty Editor

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20 JUL

THE ZOE REPORT - HOW TO MASTER THE CAT EYE À LA ALEXA CHUNG

"Alexa Chung has clearly mastered the art of applying a flawless cat eye so it’s no surprise that she is thriving in her post as Creative Consultant for Eyeko—one of our favorite eye makeup lines—where she has helped develop coveted products since 2013. The latest launch, new this week, is comprised of four essentials that make creating the perfect winged-liner look that much easier to execute. Here, a step-by-step using the just-launched products in the line.

STEP 1: APPLY NEUTRAL EYE SHADOW
Try these new powder sticks: dab the product directly onto your lid and blend with the built-in brush.

STEP 2: DRAW IN A DELICATE CAT EYE
Start by putting a tiny dot of liquid eyeliner at the outer corners of each eye. Once both dots are balanced, use this as the starting point of the cat eye to ensure even wings are applied to both eyes.

STEP 3: ADD VOLUMIZING BASE COAT TO LASHES
Add fullness and length to your lashes with a base coat of mascara booster—this one also contains vitamin B, which will help your lashes grow naturally.

STEP 4: FINISH WITH MASCARA
Apply mascara to only the top lashes for a fresh, polished look that works for both day or night."

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11 JUN

YAHOO BEAUTY - SKINNY LIQUID EYELINER

"9 Beauty Products Celebrities Swear By

Haven’t you ever been on one of those bathroom confessional websites like, “I get that I’m supposed to store my brushes in a candle holder now, but what would be really helpful would be a place where I don’t have to read so much to find out what beauty products celebrities like?” Same. Here, after much research, we’ve put together a massive compilation of beauty products that have all received the famous-person stamp of approval. De freaking rien.

They’ve probably had all kinds of stuff put on their faces, so…high standards, right?

Alexa Chung: Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner
Alexa Chung = liquid eyeliner authority = can be trusted."

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23 MAY

THE PERFECT CAT EYE

One of our favourite instagrammers, Ashleigh, behind the eyemazing posts on iheartmakeupart posted this fabulous liquid liner how-to which had our lashes fluttering and are hands reaching for our Skinny Liquid Eyeliner. We love her pictorial step by step to mastering this gorgeous summer cat eye!

Here’s how:

Step 1: Draw a line starting at your inner upper lash line and extend it to the end of your lash line using Skinny Liquid Eyeliner. (Me & My Shadow in topaz, bronze, and quartz have already been applied beforehand).

Step 2: Create a wing line starting from your bottom waterline and make it the length you desire.

Step 3: Connect the tip of the wing to the lash line liner.

Step 4: Fill in the space and perfect your liner. (Tip: if you make any mistakes use concealer with a flat brush to clean it up) 

Step 5: Apply Rock Out & Lash Out Mascara.

Step 6: You have puurrfected your cat eye!

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05 MAY

VOGUE EDITORS ON THE NO-MAKEUP MAKEUP PRODUCTS THAT TRANSFORM THEIR LOOKS

“I do a razor-thin line of black along my lashes with Eyeko’s liquid liner. It doesn’t actually look like makeup—it just stealthily defines my eyes and makes me look more awake.”
Catherine Piercy, Vogue.com Beauty Director



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05 MAY

BECAUSE - SKINNY LIQUID EYELINER

"As a female DJ, Zara admits, “There is pressure to look good and you want to look the part.” However, she’s pared down her make-up to “clean skin and nice eyeliner” and insists she’s low maintenance. “Working can get hot and humid and you don’t want make-up running down your face,” she says. “My favourite products are all nightlife and DJ tested."

Watch the video here.

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28 APR

LISA ELDRIDGE - DRAW THE LINE

"I recently worked on this creative editorial beauty shoot for the November issue of Vogue Italia with super-talented photographer Michael Baumgarten. The story was inspired by graffiti artist tags, with a little bit of Serge Lutens, 80's club and music culture and some other art references thrown in for good measure. I did some research beforehand, but not too much, as I didn’t want to be too influenced by other peoples' work and wanted to feel free on the day to create and scribble whatever came into my head.

Everything was drawn freehand as I simply couldn’t find stencils that looked anything like the shapes I had in mind - and I didn’t want to make my own stencils as they would then restrict my movements.
To draw, I used a variety of liquid and gel eyeliners each with different brush and nib sizes. For some of the thicker lines I used Eyeko's Skinny Liquid Eyeliner as the tapered edge proved useful for changing from thick to thin with just a change of pressure."

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10 APR