The stage version of kabuki makeup, as seen at brands like Jeremy Scott: graphic eyeshadow that reaches the brows. For real life, apply a bold shade with a light touch (read: smudge, not paint).
At Delpozo, pop-hued liner rimming the inner corner of the eyes created an edgy, otherworldly effect. Sadafumi goes for a prettier, more ethereal feel by smudging eyeshadow at both ends.
From DKNY to Rochas, eye liner was used not so much to line, but to draw artistically around the eye area. Go for a more natural, sexier look, suggests Sadafumi, with “watercolour strokes” – gently does it, as if you were using a delicate paintbrush.
Hair Dennis Zhang/Mosche Grand Hyatt Model Annelieke R/Ave Location Kombi Rocks Diner
An adapted version first appeared in Female’s July 2015 issue.