Eiza Gonzalez with the graphic eyeliner of the moment

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Eiza González and the sexy beauty look that you’ll want to try

The classic cat eye gets an update from the ‘Bloodshot’ star

If you love makeup and you’re not afraid of a challenge, Bloodshot actress Eiza González has a beauty look for you. While the classic cat eye is a perennial favorite, a twist on the look – graphic eyeliner – is now one that celebrities are obsessing over. Thanks in part to the edgy beauty looks on Euphoria, this technique is continuing to gain more and more fans, and Eiza is one of the trendsetters to follow. The Mexican actress decided to take on graphic eyeliner – also known as a floating crease – showing off the look to her followers on social media. Want to rock the look yourself? Keep reading to learn more about this daring new technique.


Eiza Gonzalez with the graphic eyeliner of the moment©@eizagonzalez
Graphic eyeliner really stands out with a natural makeup look

Twiggy, model icon of the 1960s, pioneered the cat eye look. Her famed makeup style is the inspiration behind the geometric eyeliner design.

Makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes, whose clients include Ashley Graham, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kate Bosworth, explained to Refinery 29 that she uses a freshly-sharpened pencil to mark the line then does cleanup if necessary with a firm, pointed cotton swab.

Eiza Gonzalez wearing the eyeliner look of the moment©@samheughan
It creates a widening-effect when you wear the eyeliner with well-defined eyebrows

If you take a close look at her makeup, Eiza – who was promoting Bloodshot with co-stars Vin Diesel and Sam Heughan – combines graphic eyeliner with a very natural-looking makeup look. The actress’ beauty look here was done to perfection by MUA Pati Dubroff, who was responsible for the actress’ gorgeous look: slightly pink cheeks and natural looking lips in a nude tone.

1967. Modelling. A portrait of British model Twiggy wearing black mascara.©GettyImages
The original: 1960s icon Twiggy made the graphic eyeliner look – also known as a floating crease – a classic

Before trying out this geometric eyeliner look, you should know that one of its unique features is that it creates a widening-effect. But it doesn’t work on its own. Well-defined eyebrows – like Eiza’s – will be a huge help. And wear plenty of mascara to make your eyes pop even more.