3 Celebrity-Approved Ways To Nail The White Eyeliner Trend
For anyone that grew up in the ‘80s or ‘90s, putting a bit of color or an eyeliner along the lower lash line is probably one of the makeup products that made you feel “mature.” As we know, it gives a fresh, fun way to highlight and make your eyes look bigger and brighter. And you've got to admit, that was the look du jour back in the good 'ol days.
But this season, the bottom eyeliner, specifically white eye makeup is getting so much bolder. First seen on the fashion runways and red carpet events, it looks like the trend is back and better than ever. According to Angie Cruz, a professional makeup artist and Make Up For Ever affiliate “Makeup artists love the white eyeliner trend because it can also serve as an eyeshadow, and it can stand out on its own." So, if you want to go for this daring brilliant white, let these celebrities show you exactly how to nail the trend.
The traditional cat eye looks especially eye-opening when created with a white eyeliner, take your cue from singer-turned-beauty mogul Rihanna who rocked the trend at the recently held Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2019 fashion show. To create a white version of the cat eye classic, line your upper lid with your white eyeliner and flick the liner outward at the corner of your eye.
Bella rocks the classic white eyeliner trend pretty well in this photo by going the bold route, where a slash of white on the upper eye evokes nothing less than confidence!
Never one to rock a predictable red carpet ensemble, actress Kristen Stewart surprised us once again with her beauty look of choice for the Cannes Film Festival. This year, she swapped a classic black eyeliner for a white liquid liner studded with luxe tiny pearls. We say, white liner is a statement in itself, but when accessorized, it’s taken into a whole new dimension. Our minds are blown!
Can't get enough of this trend? Check out this gallery below to see more celebrities and models who rocked the best white eyeliner looks, for your #inspo pleasure: