This inspo will keep you on point for days. 30 looks designed using only ABLE eyeliners - from classic to modern, runway favorites to Cleopatra vibes, we know you'll find a way to up your current eye makeup game or find a new signature vibe that will blow everyone away.
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1/30: Kicking it (off) old school. Our modern take on Cleopatra. This eye was created using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner and Primary Pencil pencil liner. Rim eyes with Cat Eye 101 and pull each corner into a point. Tightline the upper waterline with Cat Eye 101 and the bottom waterline with Primary Pencil.
Day 2/30: Wings of an angel. This look is an easy way to add intrigue to your classic cat eyes. Line your lash line with Cat Eye 101 liquid eyeliner. Create your first wing directed outward instead of upwards. Continue to stack wings until you are satisfied.
Day 3/30: Subtle & sweet. Inspired by the playful yet chic eyes you’d see walking down a CHANEL runway. Using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner draw small dots along your lash line. Place the lid of Cat Eye 101 where you’d like to create a cat eye edge. While pressing Cat Eye 101’s lid down with one hand begin to draw tiny dots in a cat eye shape.
Day 4/30: Liner SQUARED. Squaring off your ends is a easy, modern way to pump up your look from classic to edgy. Line your lash line with Cat Eye 101 liquid liner. Place the rubber edge where you’d like your wings to go. Trace the rubber edge and don’t worry about ending with a perfect point. Remove rubber edge and square off the end of your cat eye. Continue your liner into your eye socket.
Day 5/30: Inspired by Amy Winehouse: aka the QUEEN of mega wings. While our version is a more toned down version of what she may have worn, consider this an homage to a cat eye rock star. Grab your Cat Eye 101 liquid liner and line your lash line. Then place the rubber edge in an upward direction towards the top of your ear. Press against skin and trace the entire length of the rubber edge. Remove and connect top of cat eye wing to the inner corner of your lash line. Fill in any skin that is showing. If you’re in the mood for a rounded wing, go back and round out the point.
Day 6/30: Subtle and smokey. A soft, wearable smokey eye for day or night. With the pencil end of Primary Pencil draw a line across your lash line. Flip pencil over to the brush end and blend until desired look appears. You can continue to add and blend to up the drama factor. Using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner - gently tightline between upper lash line.
Day 7/30: The devil is in the details. This little side liner will have people in awe. Draw a thin line from the middle of your eye to the outer corner leaving space between your liner and your lash line using liquid liner Cat Eye 101. Draw a tiny wing at the end of your line. You can go thick or thin with the line - play around to see what you like. Can’t think of a place you shouldn’t wear this look 🤔
Day 8/30: Drawing outside the lines. Using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner draw a cat eye on your top lid. First, draw a line across your lash line. Then place the rubber edge of the lid and press down. Trace the rubber edge half way. Next trace your bottom lash line ending in a point on each side. Using Cat Eye 101 to draw a thin line right above your eye socket. To finish it all off, rim your bottom water line with Primary Pencil pencil liner.
Day 9/30: Double the cat eyes, double the drama. Using Primary Pencil pencil liner rim your bottom waterline. Use the brush end to smoke out the bottom lid. Go back with Cat Eye 101 liquid liner and create and outward cat eye. First line your lash line, then place the rubber edge and trace. Repeat lining your bottom lash line with Cat Eye 101 and finish line in an identical shape to the cat eye above. We suggest wearing this look to to the next big bash in your life where you KNOW there will be lots of photographs taken - they’ll want to capture every angle of your eyes.
Day 10/30: A new wave 🌊 For a look that is equal parts striking and fun: create the cat eye first. Draw a line across your lash line. Then place the rubber edge of the lid and press down. Lastly, trace the entire length of the rubber edge and connect the end of your wing to the center of your lash line. Go back with the liner and create a contour of tiny dots.
Day 11/30: Call in the firefighters for this smokeshow. Apply Primary Pencil all over your lid and blend out the edges with the brush end. Line your bottom lash line and waterline. The more you blend - the more opaque the color will become. You can layer the liner to darken the color. These eyes are SEXY and we’re taking the look for a spin on our next date night.
Day 12/30: Dot your eyes. If you’re into this simple, sweet look, draw a short line at the outer corner of your lash line. Using the lid of Cat Eye 101 liquid liner direct the rubber edge from lash line toward the top of your ear. Trace half way and remove the lid. Square off the end of the upward line and finish the look off with a dot!
Day 13/30: Whatever (wings) float your boat! This minimal, creative look only requires Cat Eye 101 liquid liner but we suggest mapping everything out before diving in. Draw tiny dots where you’d like your base line to start and end - then connect the dots. Place Cat Eye 101’s lid at the end of your base line and trace halfway up the rubber edge. Remove the lid and connect your wing to base line.
Day 14/30: Side by side. Here’s an easy way to double up a subtle smudged liner look. Using Primary Pencil pencil liner draw a line across your lash line and blend with the brush end. Next, use Cat Eye 101 liquid liner to tightline underneath the top lashes. This will fill in any gaps between your lashes. Apply Cat Eye 101’s formula to the rubber edge on Cat Eye 101’s lid. Before the formula dries press 2 lines side by side where you would typically draw your cat eye. This is the perfect way to add a little something extra to pop that transitions from the office to happy hour.
Day 15/30: Modern & minimal. These little wings were so cute we had to share all of them! (top) Using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner draw a cat eye as you normal would (LINE your lash line PLACE the rubber edge TRACE the rubber edge) then go back and draw an additional cat eye wing coming out of the crease of your lid. (bottom) Line your bottom lash line with Cat Eye 101 liquid liner and end in a point.
Day 16/30: Side eye. A liner style that must be worn with attitude. Using Cat Eye 101, draw a short line across your lash line. Place the rubber edge on the end of the lid halfway above and halfway below the outer corner of your eye. Trace rubber edge. Go back with the pen and connect your cat eye wings to your lash line. Lastly, complete the downward line into a point.
Day 17/30: Pointed. Feel sharp today with these dramatic points. Using Cat Eye 101 liquid eyeliner create a thick line across your lash line. Using the lid of Cat Eye 101 trace the rubber edge’s full length. Remove lid and connect the end of your cat eye wing to the center of your lash line. Create a point in the inner corner of your eye. Bring line back under your inner corner and taper line into lower lash line.
Day 18/30: Negative space. Like baby wings? Try this modern take on for size: first draw a thin line along your lash line using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner. Next, using the rubber edge on the lid trace a thin line half way up the rubber edge. Remove lid and connect the top of your wing to the center of your lash line - leaving skin exposed in the center.
Day 19/30: Score with the underscore. Using Cat Eye 101 liquid eyeliner create 4 squares under your lower lash line. Draw lines on the top and bottom of each square and complete the look.
Day 20/30: Paint yourself into a corner - in a good way. This eye framing look is as easy as.... Using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner line half of your upper and lower lash lines connecting at the outer corner. These lines should be pretty thick and squared off in the inner corners.
Day 21/30: Underlined. While this look is simple in style and application it packs a punch! Line your bottom lash line and waterline with Primary Pencil. You can blend out any little edges with the brush end of the pencil. Apply mascara to your bottom lashes to add contrast.
Day 22/30: Classic on top - party on the bottom. This look required The Eyeliner Duo Set aka Cat Eye 101 and Primary Pencil. Create a classic cat eye using Cat Eye 101 liquid liner. Trace your entire upper lash line then trace the rubber edge attached to the lid to create your wings. Next rim your bottom lash line with Primary Pencil. Flip over the pencil to the brush end and blend until smokey. Using the brush connect the pencil to the inner and outer corners of your upper cat eye.
Day 23/30: Megawatt glamour. YASSS! We hope this look gives you just as much life as it gives us. Using Primary Pencil pencil eyeliner rim your entire eye. Don’t worry about perfection because next you will blend, blend, blend. While blending focus on brushing product outward into points on your outer and inner corners. Continue to layer and blend until you have achieved maximum smokey-ness. Don’t forget to rim your bottom water line with Primary Pencil and your upper waterline with Cat Eye 101 liquid eyeliner.
Day 24/30: Cut down the middle. Line inner & outer (upper & lower) lids with Cat Eye 101 liquid liner leaving a blank space in the middle. Square off ends and call it a day! This look is a surprisingly simple and you can find lots of ways to edit this one to suit your personal aesthetic.
Day 25/30: These wings are on FIRE - and are a total conversation starter. This design has us feeling very Katniss Everdeen. Using the lid of Cat Eye 101 liquid liner, create 3 wings. 1) From the center of your bottom lash line 2) From the end of your lash line 3) From the center of you top lash line. Remove the lid and free hand 3 more lines connect your trio of wings back down to your eye. Creating a series of negative space wings. Wear this look when you need a boost of confidence.
Day 26/30: As seen on Adwoa: supermodel, activist, and beauty icon. Once we saw this look on her we were hooked! Using Cat Eye 101 line your lash line. Using the lid of Cat Eye 101 trace the rubber edge to create a cat eye. Take Primary Pencil pencil eyeliner and apply a little pencil formula to the tip of your wing. Using the brush end of Primary Pencil; brush the formula into your eye socket - ending in an invisible point. Using Primary Pencil create a dot in the inner corner of your eye and brush formula into your eye socket leaving space between the 2.
Day 27/30: You got me lifted. Using Cat Eye 101 liquid eyeliner trace from the inner corner of your upper lash line, 3 quarters across. Make sure your line gradually lifts. Place Cat Eye 101’s traceable rubber edge at the end of your line. Draw along the rubber edge making sure to start at the lifted lash line and end above your crease. Connect end of cat eye to inner corner and fill in the center. All we can say is - you better werk this look.
Day 28/30: Red carpet ready. A pencil liner look like no other. Using Primary Pencil rim your upper and lower lid as well as your top and bottom water lines. Flip the pencil from formula end to brush end and begin blending in outward strokes, pushing both top and bottom formula into an eye catching cat eye / smoky liner look.
Day 29/30: Be bold. This eye is surprisingly simple and it only takes 4 steps. 1. Fill in your entire lid with Cat Eye 101 liquid eyeliner. 2. Using the lid of Cat Eye 101 to create a wing shape. 3. You can now fill in any missing spots. 4. Get out there and make a statement!
Day 30/30: Today we have a BIG announcement to go along with our classic cat eye: ABLE has NEW retail prices! We’re so excited to share with you that Cat Eye 101 and Primary Pencil are now available for $27 USD & The Eyeliner Duo Set for $50 USD.