Season’s Trend: Eyeliner

Spring/ Summer 2014 Trend: Distinctive Eyeliner

Eyeliner is really hot this season. Paired with minimal face makeup and, in most cases, mascara-free lashes, in a classic or a modern approach, clean or grungy, eyeliner looks dominated the runways of spring and summer collections of numerous fashion houses.

Of course, there was no shortage of cat eye looks, classic or with a modern vibe.

Eyeliner only on the upper lash line cat eye at Giambattista Valli and Tracy Reed:

Black eyeliner on the upper lash line and halfway through the lower lash line, extended outwards to create a cat eye at Rodarte:

Cat eye paired with colored lips at DSQUARED2House of Holland and Prabal Gurung:

A bold grunge cat eye was the makeup of the models at Blugirl’s fashion show:

Extended in the inner corner graphic brown liner at Stella McCartney and black at Missoni:

Black eyeliner in the inner rim and along the lower lash line at Erdem and Carven:

Smudged eyeliner at the lower lash line for a grungy look at Just Cavalli, Jonathan Saunders and Vercace:

Graphic eyeliner at Anthony Vaccarello, Antonio Marras and David Koma:

Tricolored graphic eyeliner along the lower lash line at Chado Ralph Rucci:

White eyeliner on the upper lash line at Kenzo:

Blue eyeliner at Marc Jacobs and Tess Giberson:

Subtle or more dramatic, black eyeliner is always classy and quite popular on the red carpet. So, here they are some celebrities that rocked the eyeliner look, lately:

…and three recent (April ’14 issues) magazine covers:



Other Makeup Trends of the Season:

Season's Trend: Blue Eyes

Season's Trend: Hot Lips

Season’s Trend: Sheer Eyeshadow


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