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A Graphic, Grunge Eyeliner Look We Learned At Altuzarra

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    Fall '12 is shaping up to be the season of the bold eye. In addition to statement colors and high sheen finishes, cool liner looks like this one at Altuzarra are becoming more and more popular backstage. Working with MAC Cosmetics, Tom Pecheux created a double-lined eye he called "couture grunge eyeliner."

    To get the look, Pecheux drew a black line using MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack straight across the top lash line, from the inner corner of the eye to the outer corner of the brow. He then created a parallel line above it, starting at the inner corner of the eye, looping it up and pulling it straight across the crease. To finish off his "grungy-punk-couture girl" look, he added a shimmery, blue-brown pigment on the inner corner of each eyes, blending it out over the lid. Click through to get a closer look at this graphic liner look and to see more insider shots from backstage at the show.

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