This look requires a long-lasting, matte kohl and a corrector pen to clean up any smudges.
1. Shereen Sikka Bharwani @shereenlovebug
“I have always been inspired by Twiggy’s out-there beauty aesthetic. Dior brought back her signature look at their Autumn-Winter/2019-2020 show, with models sporting exaggerated, drawn-on lower lashes. I chose this trend because it is easy to achieve and looks super-edgy. A simple kohl can be used to line the upper and lower lids. All you need to do is add a few coats of mascara.”
2. Louis Vuitton
Experiment with different eyeliner styles to make this look your own.
2. Nilu Yuleena Thapa @bighairloudmouth
“Black eyeliner and red lips are a classic combination—one that also looks fierce. When I saw the models sporting this ’80s staple look, I was inspired. But I wanted to put my own spin on the trend and that’s why I added a hint of white to the lids. It’s a great way to make the eyes pop. Also, I went for a slightly glossy pout versus a matte one...because who minds being a
If you find this look OTT, start with lighter shades.
3. Aanam Chashmawala @aanamc
“Glitter is so big, and I don’t think it’s ever going out of style. Every season, I see it being used by backstage pros in one way or another. While models at Rodarte sported glitter-decked eyes and lips in bright colours, I felt going with a pale pink frosted mouth and lids was a more wearable take on the trend—one which works for both day and night.”
5. Eckhaus Latta
Colour-blocked eyes got a whole new meaning this season. Pro tip: OD on the highlighter for an ethereal vibe.
5. Kayaan Contractor @kayaancontractor
“I’m a huge fan of swiping on a bright shadow on the lids—it’s the most effortless way to channel easy glamour. And thankfully, it’s also a big trend this season. While the artists at Eckhaus Latta worked with two contrasting shades, I decided to go with a single hue for my look. If applying the shadow till your brows is too much for you, just line your lower lids with the same shade and apply a thin black liner on the upper lids, to make the shade pop a little.”
When going for a look this bright, keep the rest of the face minimal.
6. Debasree Banerjee @debasreee
“There was a time pink was reserved for summer months only. But I was thrilled to see this shade being used in all its glory at various shows this season. I love all things neon, and that’s why I decided to try out the two-toned eye look. My top tip: work on your eyes first and then apply foundation—this way you can clean up any shadow that ends up on your cheeks or face.”