Crystal Renn Gives Us A Glimpse Into The (Beauty) Future

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If we could manifest the idea we have in our head of how the ultimate modern woman might re-invent the time-honored, classic cat-eye, it'd be pretty darn close to the smoky-but-shapely version Crystal Renn had going on at Giorgio Armani's One Night Only event on Thursday. In fact, we wouldn't be surprised if a close-up of Renn's eye makeup landed in the dictionary next to the word "chic."
But, as entranced as we were by the supermodel's standout eyes, we pried ourselves away only to focus on the other major moments happening here: the sleek, so-shiny-it-hurts hair, the perfectly stained lip, and uh, those cheekbones. Can we take a moment to reflect on the way — between her own striking features and the exaggerated swoop of her shadow — Renn's face looks like a sculpture come to life? We know it's her job as a model, but girlfriend is working those angles like we've never seen. Lucky for us, it's never too late to learn how to contour. We may or may not have just canceled our weekend plans for the cause.

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