Cat Eye Liner- Some sultry, sexy eye makeup tips
I’ll Have What She’s Having: Jamie King’s dramatic cat eyes
With a return to classics finding their way back into your wardrobe, you can naturally expect the return of Cat Eye Black Eyeliner. Here’s a little beauty tip on how to get your cat on, ladies.
- Apply base primer to the lid.
- Powder lightly.
- Take your liquid eyeliner wand starting with the inner upper lid, when you get to the end of the lash line, tip your wand upwards to create a perfect delicate cat eye point.
Makeup Artist Trick of the Trade: Start out with a thin band of eyeliner and increase the width as you fan out to the edge of the lash. This is where things can go south very quickly without a skilled hand. Please heed my advice, unless your goal is a homage to Amy Winehouse.
- Make sure you curl your upper lashes and add two coats of finely applied mascara.
- If you’re feeling really catty, a set of false lash will give you that Audrey Hepburn look.
As far as hair, we all love it slightly messy like Jamie King’s to keep it edgy, undone, and not too severe. See it’s not so hard to get that dramatic celebrity eye makeup look of the moment.– Brad Boles
There are many ways to skin a cat, eye liner that is…
Photo: Jamie King wearing Le Vian ringsPublished on October 06, 2011
Brad Boles landed in New York in the early eighties at the height of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" and worked his way up the make-up artist ladder to fame with his work being featured on the cover's of countless fashion magazines, as well as editorial spreads. MTV was his playground working with the most celebrated artists of the time from Pat Benatar to Grace Jones.
When Hollywood came calling, he landed his first film doing Kim Cattrall’s make-up and went on to work with Reese Witherspoon, Gina Gershon, Sandra Bernhard, Karen Black, Billy Zane, Andrew McCarthy and more.
Brad was the creative director for Denise Rich for 12 years as her stylist and make-up artist, as well as designing her legendary parties for such luminaries as President Clinton, Patti Labelle, Natelie Cole, and Richard Avedon.
Later, Brad opened a store of exotic interiors in NYC in 2002 and then opened a store in Moscow! Brad also designed the Zarin Fabrics showroom with Jill Zarin thus leading to being on the “The Real Housewives of New York City” seen as Jill Zarin's gay husband. Brad is currently working globally on interior projects and has been busy doing interiors in New York City, The Hamptons, Moscow, Morocco, and Dubai.
He has shot the pilot for his own TV show produced by Nancy Glass Productions. Look for his coffee table book, "The Art of Extravagant Luxury" coming soon. Brad and Sharon Haver are developing a style book and series.