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Bye-Bye, Cat Eye: Round Eyes at Sears Attitude Spring/Summer 2011

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It's a good season for women who want to make their eyes look bigger. The look at the Sears Attitude SS2011 show (above, on model Kate Somers from Ford) is a less theatrical version of the round-eyed quirky dolly look we saw at last week's Greta Constantine show, more easily wearable. That said, you could combine techniques to find your own rounder ground.

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The palette is neutral, and all available at your local drugstore or at (for better prices -- Shoppers Drug Mart sells L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Million Lashes for $15+; at it's $10.15, much closer to the $10.99 suggested retail). You need Wear Infinité Singles in 805 Morning Light (all-over base/highlight), 801 Sandy Shores (on lid) and 820 Golden Sunset (layered on lid, over 801); HiP High Intensity Pigments Metallic Shadow Duos 806 (the gold is the final layer on the lid); and a Wear Infinité Star Secrets Eye Shadow Quad in 821 Andie's Neutral (you'll use the darkest shade as contour and along the lower lashline).

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This is the what-goes-where chart by Eddie Malter (sorry Eddie, but I miss your old last name, Maleterre!) -- it includes the True Match Blendable Blush shade, N3-4 Innocent Flush, and the lip shade, L'Oréal Color Riche 862 Nude. The how-to is in the video below; makeup pro Josée Beaudoin does the eye makeup on Danielle from Sutherland Models.

And here's the finished makeup. It looks a little more intense away from the crazy-bright (and hot) lights under which the makeup artists work.


See the look under the runway lights here.

Video shot with FujiFilm FinePix F80EXR.