Four "stand out" eyeliner trends
 A bold feline swoop of Eyeliner along the upper lashes and angled out - a modern take of a sixties eye. The look completed with dots of liner along the lower lashes that resemble fake lashes.
GSS TIP: "The key to this look is its sharp bold shapes. Even though the makeup artist is using a pencil to achieve this look, a gel liner, liquid liner, or in fact an long wear pencil would be preferred to minimize smudging. A normal makeup pencil would prove to be too oily and the makeup would start to move & smudge over time"
 This is very much a paired down ultra modern version of a 60's eye. The key to this look is to place the eyeliner directly into the center of the socket (starting in the center of the lid) and angling out.
GSS TIP: " Use a flat, thin brush to achieve this look. As you lengthen the eyeline (starting from the center of the lid) get the model to open her eyes so that you run the line out at the right angle - dont drop too far as you will be creating a droopy eye!"
 A skinny black eyeline applied close to the roots of the upper lashes for paired down, subtle definition.
GSS TIP : "The key to this look is the thinness of the line. Use either a small flat brush or very thin fine tipped brush and run it over the roots of the lashes so that only the very ends of the bristles touch the lid"
 The key to this look is to keep the lid looking simple and fresh, achieving definition along the lower lashes with smudgy intensity & texture.
GSS TIP: "Apply a light wash of shimmery pigment to the lid to catch the light, with lashings of mascara for fresh upper definition. Then apply a medium shadow along the lower lashes, finishing by dotting a deeper pencil over the shadow to create the texture - I would minimize the effect from what we see of the catwalk version."