Originally made popular in the 1960s and worn by model Jean Shrimpton, the London Eye is a dazzling eye makeup look that has made a huge comeback in the fashion world. According to ThisIsLondon.co.uk, the look uses liquid eyeliner in similar shapes along the upper and lower lash lines to create a dynamic arrangement.
"Create an aerodynamic, Shrimpton-like shape that lifts the eye by mirroring the curve of the liner beneath the eye," MAC director of UK artistry, Terry Barber told the news source.
The style is quite easy to put together, but it may require a bit of trial and error to get the desired shape. All you need to do is put liquid eyeliner along your upper and lower lash line and then use a brush to manipulate it into the shape that you'd like.
To give your eye makeup a sensational finish, use a touch of silver eyeshadow on your inner creases and blend it together with your black eyeliner. The result will be a stunning transition from metallic to dark hues that will help your peepers become the focal point of your ensemble.