You've got the white trainers down, now it's time to trade your favourite black eyeliner for a white version. We first noticed this pale hue making an appearance on lids at the Laura Biagiotti SS18 show, winged out beyond the eye and smudged under the lower lash line. Then, mega beauty Margot Robbie smashed the look during her recent trip to London.
"It's the perfect look for Spring - light, translucent and a fresh punctuation point for the face," says makeup artist Christabel Draffin, who has worked with Daisy Lowe and Pixie Lott.
"The brightening effects work on any skin tone, but look spectacular set against darker skintones.' And there's even more good news, according to Draffin, it's a more forgiving look than classic black liner. "It doesn't need to be perfectly symmetrical, you can get away with it being a little off." But don't skimp on mascara, she warns. "The look doesn't provide as much definition as black drawn close to the eyes, so give the face dimension with a subtle cream blush."
Draffin's favourite white liner picks include Chromalin Pot, £17 , , applied with an eyeliner brush; Ink Liner Liquid Eyeliner in Neruda, £16,
; and Stay All Day® Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner in Snow, £14.50,
The makeup artist behind Margot's 'White Lightening' look, Pati Dubroff, said: "Overall the look is very futuristic yet Sixties. I used the matte taupe shade from [Icons Collection Palette, £65] to contour the eye and then did a graphic white eyeliner at the lashline.'
And, luckily, she shared a snap of the kit she used. We spy 24/7 Eyeliner Glide-On Eye Pencil in Yeyo and Cuff, both £15.50,
, and Chromaline in Pure White, £17, .
Dubroff paired the white lids with 'a gentle contour and cool highlights with a soft peach pink flush. Lips are a cool pink in Suede Lips n Big Apple [£22].'
Suddenly, we're all for switching our trusted black liner staple in favour of its paler sister. Anyone up for joining us?