Sadie Sink demonstrates that sunshine yellow lids and side-swept waves make for a stylish statement.
Fully utilise those 12-pan eyeshadow palettes by opting for every hue, as Lucy Boynton does.
Failing that, try something on the opposite end of the spectrum. Lucy Boynton goes for bold red liner arches that resemble war paint.
Sydney Sweeney is the livin’ epitome of pretty in pink.
The ubiquitous winged liner look is made fun when it’s in an exciting electric blue hue, à la Serayah.
If you’re aiming for something subtle — but not a snooze-fest — we say do as Suki Waterhouse does with delightfully delicate pink flicks.
Kermit green is a risky undertaking. Unless, of course, you play it smart by limiting the hue to the inner corners, Barbie Ferreira style.
A sleek wing in the hue is a good compromise too, as seen on Sunmi.
Pink and purple makes a killer combo, right, Joan Smalls?
Zoey Deutch, or the flamenco dancer emoji? We just can’t tell.
Maude Apatow updates the classic smoky eye with seriously sharp edges.
You can’t go wrong with blue on blue as demonstrated by Elsa Hosk.
Lisa from Blackpink proves that there is nothing like a black lippie to get you in the mood for October aka Halloween.
Winnie Harlow’s graphic liner perfectly complements her glossy lip (and glistening diamonds).
Wear your heart on your sleeve, and, uh, your star power on your cheeks, like Jisoo from Blackpink.
Is it us, or are Ella Balinska’s lashes sharp enough to pass off as liner?
Let your eyes do all the talking — as Faith Lynch does — with standout orange line work.
Why pick between inverse and classic liner when you can do both? Camila Moronne rocks the duo with ease.
Does art imitate life or life imitate art? Alexa Demie — or is that Maddie from Euphoria? — makes a case for both.