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your look ● makeup By Yulia Riebman PHOTO BY TED WEST Becoming a Muse Hit the red carpet in elegant stride with this one of a kind smoky cat eye that will set you apart from the rest of the crowd T ake the ever-timeless feline eye and steer it to- ward an earthy and smoky look, combine it with an innocent smile and use this formula to change the world! Let everyone pull their inspiration from your mysterious and daring nature by al- lowing yourself to take risks with your look. Try new ap- proaches and techniques to show off your wild and unruly spirit. Glowingly fresh skin, wind-blown hair, captivating eyes—spring is in the air and it’s in you, too. This season you have even more freedom to experiment with your style and to grow your beauty répertoire greater than ever before. This dramatic smoky cat’s eye effect can be applied to any eye shape, and it even lifts droopy eyes, because we are recreating our own new shape by using dark colors and strong lines at the same time. But honestly, any- thing would look great on our gorgeous model Juliana— who can pull off even the most dramatic look. Depending on the color of your eye, choose comple- mentary colors: brown, bronze, and peachy for blue eyes; purple, plum, and pink for green and brown eyes, recom- mends Aveda Institute’s team of makeup artists. This dar- ing, seductive makeup is a perfect choice for Prom, a ball, red carpet, or any evening gown attire event. Our beauty team is excited to introduce you to our step- by-step smoky cat eye tutorial, so you can easily try this quite complicated technique on yourself. COVER YOUR BASES. Depending on your skin type, whether it be oily or dry, you want to use the appropriate primer to either keep your skin matte or dewy all night long. 72 PAGEANTRY Juliana Buddenbaum is a Texas based model with the Neal Hamil Agency who was selected Miss IMTA 2015 in New York. She is also a featured model in the Pageantry & PromTime 2016 Fashion Showcase. BEFORE FRAME YOUR EYES. Eyebrows are one of the most essential parts of any makeup look, as they bring all the focus to the main fea- tures of your face—your eyes. For a natural result choose matte eyeshadows of your hair color with a tint of ash, or a couple shades darker for blondes. CREATE YOUR EYE SHAPE. After evenly applying your favorite eyeshadow primer all over your eyelid, pack a light, shimmery pink shadow from the inner corner out on 3/4 of the top lid and 1/3 of the bot- tom. Switch to a ﬁrm small brush and load it with purple matte eyeshadow. With your eyes open, draw a line from the outer corner of your eyes, continuing the bottom eyelid up- ward. Then, with eyes closed, draw the crease line, connect it to your wing, and bring it about 3/4 inward. Smudge the lines inside the created shape for a smoky effect. Fill in the inside of the outer corner with the same shadow without taking it too far to the middle. Load the brush with a dark-