The easiest cat eye in the world + Sephora’s Cyber Week deals
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Alright the holidays are here. They are, just accept it! Today’s post is all about the easiest cat eye in the world and I’m also sharing details about Sephora‘s awesome Cyber Week promotions (do.not.miss.these!).
First of all, if you aren’t signed up to be a Sephora Beauty Insider Member do that now. It’s free and you simply earn points and get rewards, birthday gifts, and other awesome extras. More than ever it seems that Sephora is offering promotions for Beauty Insider Members so don’t delay!
Keep your eyes on Sephora’s website, or pop in store, to see their Daily Wow that will start on 11/20 and run through 11/26. On each day there will be a new item that is 50% off! That is kind of unheard of at Sephora so this is a big deal!
Today’s Daily Wow is Benefit’s They’re Real Mascara. This mascara changed the game when it was released a few years ago. It takes a little bit of practice but once you move quickly and apply it it will add crazy length and definition to your lashes that stay up all day!
So again, each day from now until 11/26 will feature a new Daily Wow, I’m just going to make Sephora my home page in my browser so I don’t miss it! On Black Friday there are going to be beauty steals under $15 and Cyber Monday promotions involve a sample bag as a part of certain purchases.
Since this is such a great time to stock up on makeup and beauty products, I wanted to share this easy cat eye makeup look so you can keep this in your back pocket for the next holiday party you attend. A cat eye lengthens and defines the eye area in such a flattering way, and the version I’m sharing in the video is totally doable no matter what your makeup skill level is. Don’t worry, liquid eyeliner is not involved in this cat eye!
The Sephora Pro Smudge brush is essential to this eyeliner technique. It’s tightly packed so you can get the softest definition without blending the eyeliner away. This brush is also great for adding eyeliner to the lower lash line, or even placing eyeshadow in a specific area, like on top of the eyeliner to soften the line, as well. I swap out eye makeup brushes often, and even change up my powder brush from time to time, but this is the only smudge brush I use.