3 Easy Cat Eye Makeup Looks for a Spooky Night In

Beautiful cat eye makeup looks are classic, timeless, and can be successfully pulled off by even the most inexperienced makeup wearer (as long as you follow these tips and tricks!). If you’re looking to dress up in something spooky this year, then we’ve got three simple cat eye makeup looks that will make you look like an evil vixen while still fitting in at your neighborhood Halloween party. Follow along with our how-to guide to learn how to create each of these looks!

The Glamorous Cat

The cat eye has been around since the 1920s, and it’s still going strong. It’s perfect for adding drama to your look and can be applied in so many ways. For instance, you can go dramatic with a dark liquid liner or keep it soft with a white liner. You can do a classic cat eye or try something more modern. Whatever look you’re going for, these three looks are easy to do and perfect for this spooky season!

The Playful Kitten

 

Whether you’re dressing up for Halloween or hosting your spooky night in, these three cat eye makeup looks will have you feeling all set to play with the devil. The first of the three looks is a classic cat eye makeup look that is perfect if you want to try something more dramatic than your usual winged eyeliner but not as intense as an all-black cat eye. This look is complete with an olive green eyeshadow and black liner on the lower lash line. The second look is perfect if you are going to be attending a party where people are drinking and would like to avoid drawing attention to your eyes and instead make them appear smaller so they don’t pop. It consists of only mascara, blush, and lipstick.

The Mysterious Sphynx

Sphynx cats are known for their interesting hairless look, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be spooky too! Halloween is just around the corner, and we’ve rounded up 3 easy cat eye makeup looks to get you in the mood.

-Vampire Bats: This look is all about the scary eyes. Start with black eyeliner on your top lid and extend it out like wings on either side of your eye. You can trace some lines down your cheeks as well. Get creative by drawing jagged lines from the outer corners of your eye down toward the bottom lip. Finish off by adding red lipstick to complete this fierce look.

-Cat Walk: Who says Halloween has to be about blood? Get ready for a night out with this playful take on the classic cat eye. Line your upper lids using a liquid liner and draw two curved lines extending from the edge of each eye across your cheekbones. Keep the eyeliner thin so you can blend it into concealer if desired. Add a winged liner to finish off this chic look.

-Feline Felines: Turn up the volume with these dramatic cat eye makeup looks sure to turn heads at any party or costume event.

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