Nothing adds instant flair to lids quite like a bold, dramatically extended second wing. Miu Miu gets it.
If not, give attempt abstract, swooping curves that perfectly frame peepers.
Now, this is what we call accessorising at a whole new level. Becky G is clearly at the top of her glue game.
We’re all for the chic, chubby kitten flick seen at the Dior show this season.
Our favourite emo-punk bands (read: Green Day, Good Charlotte) might still be on a musical hiatus, but you can always pay tribute to them through this smudged liner look.
It’s not about keeping ‘em sharp and sleek anymore, folks. We’re embodying the look at Marc Jacobs and going for perky points instead.
Who would have thought that a dusting of white pencil liner could illuminate the skin so much? Thanks for the tip, Anteprima.
Cristiano Burani puts a modern twist on the classic wing by opting for a powdery, shadow formulation and lots of glitter.
Break up the monotony of single-hue shadows by adding a smudge of white liner here and there. Emporio Armani is living proof of its striking effects.
Lining your waterline in white is known to opens your eyes up drastically. As it turns out, you can achieve the same effect when you apply it to the lower lid, too. That’s how Sportmax likes it, at least.
Subtlety? Prabal Gurung’s not about that life. Turn the volume up with dramatically extended wings that go way past the brow.
Emerging label, The Blonds, may have opted for a neutral colour palette — but their bold graphic liner strokes are anything but subdued.
On days when you don’t want anyone to mess with ya, take a stab (geddit) at Rag & Bone’s lethally sharp hook.
Failing that, a unique shape does the trick, too.
And on the opposite end of the spectrum, Brandon Maxwell opts for a minimalist approach with smudged-out kitten flicks.
We count three different liner types used in this single look from the Marc Jacobs runway. Yes, that’s pencil, gel, and shadow eyeliner all rolled up in an arresting, unforgettable look.
Anyone else getting modern-day Twiggy vibes from Libertine’s makeup look?
Jonathan Cohen demonstrates that statement-making hot pink wings can appear refined when you opt for a glittery finish.
A daring sweep of yellow over lids is a surefire way to get those heads turning. Fashion Hong Kong can attest to that, right?
Is it an intentional style choice, or did Eckhaus Latta simply forgot to dust all that powder off her lids? Either way, we’re loving it.
Those lacking a steady hand would be pleased to know that messy glitter flecks and smudged liner flicks are all the rage at Christian Cowan.
Chromat elevates a graphic wing by framing it with audacious splices of colour.
Take a leaf from Adeam’s book by giving your lids the Midas treatment.
Brow — and liner — game strong, alright. Halsey rocks double arches that frame and define her peepers perfectly.
Who says eyeliner should be kept along the lash line? Halsey’s dramatic, floating flicks are a masterpieces in themselves.
Kitten strokes are bold when they’re in a hot pink hue. We’re hardly surprised that Euphoria star, Sydney Sweeney, is up for this adventurous look.
Selena Gomez tackles this year’s take on the classic cat eye, where soft, blended-out edges are extended to the lower lid.
Model Shivani Sharma could teach a class in razor-sharp liner. Take a leaf out of her book and extend it out to inner corners for a look that can kill.
Is anyone else getting strong ‘80s vibes from Maggie Rawlins’ perfect symmetry?
Don’t restrict Cleopatra-inspired eyeliner to Halloween. Vita Mir makes a case for this queenly look beyond spooky festivities.
Add extra depth to bangin’ eyeshadow by outlining it with a smooth flick. Kehaulani Sanares is a shining example.
Why limit liner to one specific area? Do it Eiza Gonzalez’s way by outlining the perimeter of lids and smudging ever-so-slightly.
We’re still not over Isabelle Merced’s inverse offering. And in a stunning sapphire hue, too. Coming in at a close second...
...this gentle, barely-there curve along her crease. Talk about precision.
For a look that is subtle yet striking, try this graphic, sunny-hued configuration first seen on Gigi Hadid.
Exert half the amount of effort with liner that doesn’t extend past the tail-end of your eyelid. It’s not sloppy when it’s a deliberate style choice, right Hillary Trinh?
Who knew liquid paper lids could be a thing? Thanks for the tip, Paloma Elsesser.
A sharp, precise wing is a breeze with a holographic stencil. Go metallic or go home.
Using a ruler, draw a straight line from the mid-point of your lower lid, stopping at the end of your brow. Pick a show-stopping hue pizzazz, as demonstrated by Hunter Schafer.
Anything can be used to line your lids if you try hard enough. Just ask Alexa Demie.
Drop the mascara — Lucy Boynton makes some points with crisp, hand-drawn lower lashes. Not forgetting, of course...
...this ‘70s style liner that is certainly one for the books.
Let your lids be the canvas the next time you’re overcome with the urge to doodle. This dreamy cloud motif was the star of the Cynthia Rowley runway.