I am very excited about this Too Faced Cat Eyes Makeup Wars post! We will be showing you our looks we have all created using this one palette. You can now see how Too Faced Cat Eyes palette can look on all sorts of different people!
This is the look that I created!
How to Get The Look
1– After applying your favorite eye primer and a white base (this is optional but these light colors show up better for me with the white base) blend together Purr and Kitten. Place Purr on half you eyelid from the inner corner. Kitten goes from the middle of your eyelid to the outer corner.
2– Put Pussy Cat in your crease. Use a thinner eyeshadow brush to draw out your crease then use a fluffy brush to blend away.
3– Take Jungle Love and use it to make an outer V. Use and angled eyeshadow brush to help make the shape and then use the fluffy brush to blend it in.
4– With a eyeliner brush dip it in water or your favorite foiling product and use Jungle Love on half of your lower eyelid.
5– After, use Meow as a highlighter on your brow bone.
6– Add a thick winged eyeliner and mascara and you are done!
Pictured above from left to right:
Purr- This is a beige color with some glitter.
Meow– This is a matte beige, I like this one for highlighting because I don’t usually like glitter on my brow bone.
Kitten– This is a soft pink with hints of shimmer.
Tiger’s Eye– A very pretty glittery tan.
Pussy Cat– Another very pretty glittery light purple.
Kitty Glitter– A almost sheer glitter shadow.
Leopard– A sparkly brown, but not a dark brown.
Jungle Love– A dark purple, it looks more purple when wet than it does dry.
Panther– A matte black.