Picture: Vogue Japan/Nathaniel Goldberg
Ombre Magnétique - Eyeshadow from Lancôme ($25) - this shade named "Cherry Chérie" is a deep sparkly plum, I love it. I've been using Lancôme eyeshadows for the longest time: I remember stealing my mom's when I was a teenager. They always had shades that would show on black skin and in the 90's it wasn't so common.
I think this gold YSL cream eyeshadow will complete this look very nicely - Fard Lumière Aquarésistant ($35) - No5 Golden Sands.
Picture: Marie-Claire/David Roemer
MAC has a couple of similar shades in their Dare to Wear Collection like the Sassy Green shade - but it's matte.
The MAC "Partylicious" pigment from the Alice+Olivia collection ($23.50) is more in keeping with this look eventhough it's a turquoise.
This sparkly light green - "Green Goddess" eyeshadow from Urban Decay ($17) is an alternative.
Picture: Elle/Dusan Reljin
Noémie Lenoir sparkles in Elle, her eyes pop with black and white eyeliners.
Pure White Soft Khol (Rimmel, $3.60) to apply on your waterline to get this retro look.
If white pencil is too much for you - Lise Watier Duo Yeux Ombre et Lumière Liner ($20) has pastels pencils instead.