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Cat Eye Makeup — 6 Comments

  1. Interesting subject.
    I don’t find the slanted eye look anything like a cat’s roundish, bright eyes.
    There seems to be more of a similarity to Cat Woman than to actual cats.
    However, this look for women, accompanied by a cat strut, and the right scent could get her a few bucks walking the streets.

    • I think you are right. Except for the dark eyeliner I don’t see the connection between cat eyes and cat eye makeup. Still, as long as people believe it is like cat eyes, who cares. It is more about a name for a certain style of makeup rather than a literal copying.

  2. Yeee Gods is that what passes for beauty these days? I have to agree with Ruth, she looks a bit she’s had a run in with a wasps nest to me. Maybe beauty is in the eye of the beholder, my eye sees a girl with too much make up and ego LOL, maybe it’s the Emperor’s new clothes all over again and we’re all expected to say Ooooh how pretty she is, Ooooh how much she looks like a pussy cat, well sorry but she isn’t and she doesn’t. Haha!

  3. Well no matter how much any woman tries, her eyes
    will never be as beautiful as a cat’s eyes, they don’t need thick make up on theirs.
    She just looks stupid in that picture and as for the lips lol do men find that attractive? REALLY? She looks like she’s been punched in the mouth or maybe had a double dose of botox lol

    • I will enjoy the comments on this article because it will give me information about how women think 😉 Agreed that cat’s eyes are the best. Cats have beautiful eyes which is why women copy them.

    • That made me laugh Ruth, because I feel about the same. As far as the ladies matching the beauty of a cats eye, never! They are such magnificent creatures. Natural beauties!

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