Cat Eye Workshop

In the ‘Cat Eye Workshop’ we are going to learn how to do a bold cat shaped eye. I will show you how to perfect the sleek and dramatic look of winged eyeliner and then we’ll take it up a notch with glitter (because who doesn’t want a little sparkle in their look).

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Here is a list of products to bring to the workshop, along with some suggestions for specific products if you do not already have some of these in your makeup bag.

  • Scotch tape
  • Eyelid Primer – E.L.F. makes a great one, as well as Milani and Wet n’ Wild
  • Your choice of a selection of eye shadows – choose at least three shades in light, medium and dark in complimentary colors
  • A matte eye shadow that matches your skin tone – you can also use pressed powder for this
  • Gel or a liquid eyeliner pen in black (preferably waterproof) – L’Oreal makes a great eyeliner pen and Maybelline makes a good gel eyeliner
  • Flat shader eye shadow brush – check out one from E.L.F. or Sonia Kashuk
  • Crease brush – Try up & up or Essence of Beauty
  • Fine eyeliner brush – you can use artist brushes from Michael’s or this one from E.L.F.
  • Mascara
  • Makeup wipes
  • Eyelash curler (optional)
  • False eyelashes – These demi-wispies are my favorite
  • Eyelash adhesive – The Revlon Precision Lash Adhesive in dark works well and is latex free (they also have a clear version)
  • Glitter adhesive (optional) – try this one from E.L.F. or this one from Too Faced
  • Eye safe glitter (optional) – NYX or Eye Kandy

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