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‘Eye’ see: stars rocking graphic liner looks

‘Eye’ see: stars rocking graphic liner looks

Illustration of graphic eye arts

The beauty industry is no stranger to fast-paced environments, with trends trickling in and out faster than a speeding train. The graphic eyeliner is a classic example, as it’s once again taking the general public by storm. 

Doing graphic eyeliners than the normal winged ones suggests a more creative side for both the makeup artist and the individual who wore it. Who wouldn’t want to give it a try?

Take a look at these stars who rocked this beautiful eyeliner look!

Kylie and her silver lining

The ‘bling’ ain’t the only one that shone brightly that night, but the eye makeup, too!

Kylie Verzosa attended the Binibining Pilipinas’ Grand Coronation Night last July 12 with a sparkling look. Paired with silver, shiny liner, nothing was impossible that night. And we have Anthea Bueno to thank for that.

Sleek and Chic Maureen

Maureen Wroblewitz, before facing everyone in the battle for the Miss Universe Philippines 2021 crown, showed how sleek and chic she can actually be.

Sporting a crisp, nude graphic liner by Jake Galvez, she showed how ready she is!

Subtlety is a choice. 

Sarah Labhati shared on her Instagram page last October 15 a gorgeous photo of her rocking an outfit. But what stood out was her makeup—orange, nude eyeshadow with a thin graphic liner on top. Flawless.

Of whites and tips.

Gabbi Garcia paired the perfect eye makeup for her beautiful white dress. It is a variety of the graphic liner family that lives on the tip of our eyes. 

Jason Delos Reyes really knows how to do it perfectly. Nice. 

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Pipay and pip-eyes

Of course, how can we forget?

Pipay rocked a graphic eye look for Village Pipol Magazine last October 18 as well! Paired with a rustic-colored outfit and neutral background, there was no chance that her eye makeup wouldn’t stand out.

What steady hands you got there, Miguel Chiu!

Did a particular look pique your interest? Let us know!

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