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Midweek Celebrity Selfie: The Winged-eye Look

Now these girls have definitely gone catty.
Midweek Celebrity Selfie: The Winged-eye Look Now these girls have definitely gone catty.

Every week, we scour Instagram to spot the prettiest among our local celebrity selfies. It’s always a tough call, really, considering how these lovely girls never fail to deliver double tap-worthy posts in their social media accounts. This week though, the winged-eye trend took over and we’ve been swept away by some fierce eye flicks. From Alex Gonzaga’s smoky finish to Kathryn Bernardo’s one-stroke wonder, scroll down and decide for yourself who’s the cattiest of them all.

Like Alex Gonzaga, you can go beyond just the regular eye flick and make it more interesting with a glimmer of color. If you want to cop her metallic green eye shadow, you can go for Chanel’s Tissé Vénitien palette.


Here’s Anne Curtis with her rouge lips, animal print top, and fierce cat eyes. Work on that enchanting smizing and check out L’Oreal Double Extend mascara to boost your natural lashes.  

Take beauty notes from Teen Queen Kathryn Bernardo on how to sport winged eyes while still looking sweet and delicate. You can try NARS eyeliner stylo for that flawless even line with just one stroke.

You probably already know that Kim Jones’ signature look is that eye flick with matching red lips. It’s a classic beauty equation that always works even for Hollywood’s red carpet looks. For those bold crimson puckers like Kim’s, you might like MAC in Lady Danger to complement your cat eye.

Can Martine Cajucom’s cat eye be any more perfect? Snag her look with smear-proof gel eyeliner like Bobbi Brown’s that would last for longer hours. Or better yet, you can also turn your kohl pencil eyeliner into gel liner.

Think you can sport this winged-eye look, too? Check out these tips from beauty experts to getting those perfectly-lined eyes.

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Photos from @abtkurniawan @ilovemartine @kimcamjones @deniseochoa on Instagram