Graphic eyes; get the look

This week our new Beauty PR Coordinator, Sophie Outram, is trying out the season’s hottest beauty trend with a few must-have 3INA products.

Want a few pointers on how to get your GRAPHIC EYE game on? Get scrolling for Sophie’s step-by-step guide.

“I’ve always been a huge fan of graphic eyeliner and anyone that knows me, knows that the wing is my thing. I wanted to recreate my everyday eye and give it a trend-led twist. The catwalks this Fashion Month, most notably at New York, were full of statement looks, so now’s the perfect time to take on the trend.”


Step 1: Using the 3INA Color Eyeliner in 503, start from the center of your eye and draw a thin line to the outer corner of your eyelid – you can use your lash line as a guide. Then starting from the inner corner of your eye, connect the liner in the middle.


Step 2: Starting from the outer edge of your eyelid (where your eyelashes end), trace a line upwards. The best way to get the first part of the flick is to imagine you’re tracing a line that continues on from your bottom eyelashes.

Step 3: To finish off the flick, close your eye, and from the outer section of your eye begin drawing a triangular shape to connect with the first line you made. Fill in the triangle, and there’s your wing.


Step 4: Using a 3INA Eyeliner Pencil in shade 605, begin drawing a line under your bottom lashes. To create a slightly softer look, you can optionally smudge the bottom liner with a finger or brush.

Step 5: To create a fishtail look, continue drawing so that the bottom liner matches the length of the top.


Step 6: Finish off by curling your top lashes, and applying 3INA Color Mascara in 101 on the top lashes, and black mascara on the bottom (I can’t live without L’Oreal Volume Million Lashes).


Et voila, there’s your look.

All 3INA products mentioned are available at 3INA’s Covent Garden store, with selected availability online at ASOS.

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