Kourtney Kardashian just wore dramatic 60s-inspired eyeliner and she looks incredible

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Photo credit: @kourtneykardash - Instagram
Photo credit: @kourtneykardash - Instagram

Over the past few months, Kourtney has been trialling loads of different new looks. Alongside her blunt bob (aka the haircut of the season), she has tried nostalgic 90s space buns and even 90s-style overlined lips.

Now, the oldest Kardashian sister is trying something else: dramatic winged eyeliner. Of course, Kourt has worn winged eyeliner many times before but in a recent selfie posted on Instagram Stories, the reality star appears to be experimenting with a more dramatic approach to the classic makeup trend.

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Kourt’s eyeliner is super thick and has been drawn upwards into a suuuper steep wing. To finish the eyes, she's wearing fluttery false eyelashes for a gorgeous 60s-style finish. In fact, the thickness of her eye makeup actually reminds us of the signature elongated winged eyeliner that music legend and icon Amy Winehouse used to wear – though Amy's, of course, had a more rounded point.

For the rest of her look, Kourt is sporting glossy skin, nude lips and a sleek half-up, half-down updo – the hairstyle that seems to be everywhere this season.

As for nails, she’s rocking a super dark maroon manicure that perfectly matches her tracksuit zip-up. We love a matchy, matchy moment and Kourt was clearly feeling herself when she took this snap... who can blame her?

On a side note, we’re so glad to see that even Kourt can’t get around the inevitable claw-like phone grip when taking a selfie. #Relatable...

Photo credit: Kourtney Kardashian
Photo credit: Kourtney Kardashian

BRB, suddenly inspired to practice our winged eyeliner technique for the millionth time…

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