We may try, but we can't always successfully pull off the foxy cat-eyes we see on other ladies. Fortunately, there's a simple rule of thumb for anyone who's intimidated of winging it a little.
Lauren Conrad's makeup artist Amy Nadine shared her secret with People Magazine regarding the starlet's affinity for the cat-like look. The trick? A little bit of foresight.
"Spot the end of your brow and visualize an imaginary line from the outer corner of your eye to the end of your brow - that's the angle that you want to draw the wing. With light brush strokes, create the wing incrementally," Nadine told the news source.
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