Amanda Seyfried’s Seriously Sultry Cat Eye

Amanda Seyfried is one of the young, successful Hollywood celebs, who always looks incredible and stays classy. She’s taken on roles from every scale of the spectrum from Mean Girls to her latest – Les Miserables. At the age of 25, she’s accomplished a lot and has her head on straight.

Girl’s got style too! Seyfried is rarely ever seen wearing a boring outfit on the red carpet. From Balenciaga to Alexander McQueen, Amanda knows how to capture our attention on the red carpet. This time, she’s done it with her braided up do and seriously sultry cat eye.

Amanda Seyfried showed up on the red carpet wearing a floor-length Alexander McQueen gown with a gold-embroidery bodice and a flowing black skirt paired with an Alexander McQueen clutch and Harry Winston jewels.  The look was completed with the perfect execution of hair and makeup. Amanda’s hair was wrapped in a Grecian style braided up do and she rocked severe cat-eye makeup that showed off her edgy side. The daring eye makeup was the perfect contract to her romantic gown and updo.

If you want to give Amanda Seyfried’s smoky cat eye makeup a try, consider investing in LORAC’s Little Black eye makeup palette.  This is one seriously versatile eye shadow palette that will be your go-to time and time again.   The palette features rich golds and bronzes with 4 color-coordinated shimmering baked eye shadows. It will also make creating your Amanda Seyfried Le Miz cat eye as painless as possible.

Here are the Basic Tips To Create a Cat Eye Like Amanda Seyfried:

Drag a dark pencil across the upper and lower lash lines to create definition, then blend to soften the edges. Apply a bronze eye shadow on the lid extending outward past the corner of the eye (just slightly farther than you normally would). Look down at the mirror, while your head is back to allow your eyes to remain open while you apply more eyeliner to the top lid moving from the inside toward the outside. Rest your elbow on the counter top while applying the eyeliner to increase the steadiness of your hands and make a small wing by flicking your wrist to create the cat eye effect. Draw an even line along the bottom of the eye, always building up slowly, as it is easier to add more than to edit what is already drawn. Connect the upper and lower lash lines by filling in the wings you created with the bronze shadow.

Remove any excess by wiping it away with a cotton applicator that has been dipped in makeup remover. Hold your cat eye makeup with Skindinavia Makeup Finishing Spray.