The divergent liner consists of a classic cat-eye on top with a half, unconnected line extending from the lower lash line. The blank space between the two lines gives this style more of a futuristic accent than the retro ’70 feel the classic feline flick is associated with. The under-eye line or the modern, reinterpreted version of the reverse cat-eye line effect is clean, drawn precisely and not smoked out to avoid the just-rolled-out-of-bed effect some people weren’t so fond of.
To have an harmonious dialogue with Raf Simons’ unique aesthetic sense from the last Cruise 2015 Fashion Show, Peter Philips – the new creative and image director for Dior beauty used brand’s newest makeup products, the forthcoming Dior It-Line Eye-Liner in It-Black, to be released in June, carefully displaying the liquid formula straight across the upper lash line and running a parallel band along the bottom lashes, dragging it out just past the outer corners of the eyes to exaggerate their size.
What do you think about this new makeup proposal for the upcoming Summer? Will you try it?
See you soon, beautiful!
Credits: the photographic material used in this post is courtesy of Christian Dior.