"For Kendall’s look we wanted to do a young, fun, artsy concept with a pop of color," Phillips tells Refinery29. "Kendall and I creatively collaborated on the look and placement. We thought the green would give enough color to stand out."
Though it could have easily looked like one of Jenner's nieces (Stormi, perhaps?) had scribbled across her face with a green marker, the result you see below looked more like a modern art masterpiece (albeit a very minimal one) fit for the MoMA. "The placement of the eyeliner was uniformed but also chaotic and unusual," Phillips says. "I wanted to take a classic length of eyeliner and break it up into three sections and place it on three different levels of the eye."
Now abstract liner isn't new — remember the pointillism trend from last year? Or every time Solange leaves the house? But this is one of the first times Jenner has tried something so artsy herself. And we expect to see it a lot more soon, which we're not mad about at all given how it looks easy as hell to recreate ourselves. Like, there's no real formula you have to consider, and no tools you have to use other than the eyeliner and brush. Plus, how long do you think this took to create? According to Phillips, just 10 minutes.
So if you're like us and refuse to spend more than a few minutes on any tiny makeup detail, consider abstract eyeliner your new go-to party look. Just make sure you opt for a long-wear formula and always use a primer to make sure that your art is preserved until it's time to wash it off.