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Love Rita Ora's feline flicks? Or Cheryl's chic kohl? Celebs have nailed their eyeliner looks and now you can copy them too. From pretty daytime pencil and vintage liquid ticks to ultra-glam gel, become an eyeliner expert with our handy how-to guide.
The X Factor star is best known for her beauty and this Geordie lass LOVES a liner. To mimic Cheryl's smokey eyes, sweep a dark eyeshadow over your lids and under your bottom lashes, slick on loads of mascara and most importantly fill your waterline in with a dark black kohl. Pretty pencil as its best...
Noticed how Cheryl's make-up never moves? Even when she's having a mini cry over an emotional X Factor audition? We're betting it's because she uses waterproof kohl. Our fave? Topshop's bargain liner. It comes in tonal shades of black, grey and brown which all stand the toughest of tear tests. Good to know if you're as soppy as Chezza! Available from Topshop.
Keep it sleek and simple like Alexa Chung with a thin line and pretty flicks. For make-up artist precision try a felt-pen type liner which glides on as easy as a marker. If you struggle with straight lines try dotting on the colour first, then joining them up.
What better product to recreate the fashionista's demure look than with her very own fab eyeliner. It's really easy to use and gives a super-clean finish, perfect for edgy daytime beauty. Available at Asos, Beauty Bay and QVC UK.
Love the big and bold look? Rita Ora's plump liquid liner makes her eyes pop and we want to try it! So what's the easiest way to get wide flicks? Choose a liner with a fat applicator. It'll stop you from wobbling about and cut your trying-time in half.
Cargo's TexasLiner is one of our all time favourite products. The tough tip makes applying its jet black colour a helluva lot easier than liners with a dainty brush inside. It also has amazing staying power so you can look like Rita all night long. It may be a touch more than you'd usually pay but it's totally worth the investment. Available at Beautybay.com.
Kate always frames her pretty green eyes with a thin stripe of bottom eyeliner and if you're more of a fan of lining the underneath too, look to the smaller brushes to try her style. We're recommending a liquid liner rather than a bold gel or smudging pencil for princess precision. You need a steady hand for this look so try perching at a table and resting your elbow on a hard surface. You'll be surprised how much it helps!
For eyes like Kate, add this waterproof product to your liner list. Rimmel's waterproof prettifier costs less than your lunch, lasts for months and can give you the thinest undereye lines on the high street. What's not to love? Available at Superdrug, Boots.
Kim Kardashian's dramatic look is perfect for a glamorous night out. Use a soft kohl to line the top of the lids by closing your eyes and sliding your liner along your lashes. Smudge out with a cotton bud to avoid a harsh, wonky finish but keep the under eye sharp. If any colour slips, use a fresh cotton bud with a dab of concealer on to clean up. Click on for the perfect product to recreate this bold style...
For a seriously smooth line that packs a punch, try Bourjous' Queen Attitude soft liner. Crammed full of waxy pigments, the cone-shaped kohl glides on in an intense black shade giving a look just like Kim's. Available at Superdrug, Boots.
You can't avoid cat eye flicks this season. The vintage-inpsired, statement look will be all over the beauty pages come autumn but if you think it's too tough to recreate, think again. Line your lids as usual then in the corners draw a line diagonally out towards your temple. Join the original line with the tip of your second, then fill in. Simple!
Gel liners are amazing for creating bold cat eyes. The hard brush will give you easy access into the corners of your eyes and bags of product to play with whether you want to try subtle or super-sized flicks. It may take some practice but once you've got the hang of it your eyes will look puuuuurfect for party season! Available at Superdrug, Boots.