Get The Look: Get Graphic

Marisa Robinson MUA Graphic Eyeliner

It was the trend that rocked the runway in 2015 and allows you to get creative and design any look you like - it's Graphic Eyeliner.

For this look I chose to step outside of my cats eye comfort zone and add some additional lines and colours to make my eyes pop. I kept the rest of my makeup minimal by adding a nude lipbronzer and highlighter, ensuring my eyes were the main attraction.

To get this graphic liner look I used my fave Kat Von D Tattoo Liquid Liner in Trooper and started with a basic winged eyeliner but extended the line past the inner corner and added a white dot at the end using Kat Von D Ink Liner in Neruda (you could also try the metallic Lightning Liner range).

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Graphic Eyeliner

Then with the black liner draw a line along the lower lash line but just in the middle so it doesn't meet with the outer or inner eyeliner. Then add a black line on the outside of each eye - I used the edge of a business card to help create a precise line.

To finish the look take a white eyeliner pencil and line the lower waterline - this will give the illusion of a wider eye - and coat the lashes with mascara. I used the Nars Audacious Mascara.

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Eyeliner
Marisa Robinson - City Chic

Plus it perfectly matches my latest monochrome look from City Chic!

Practice makes perfect with liquid liner so have a makeup remover soaked cotton tip on hand to help neaten up and create precise lines.


*This post has been sponsored by City Chic. All opinions expressed are honest and my own.