Metallic peepers have got sultry summer nights written all over them, but to steal Bella's look, I'm downing the brushes and embracing the 'smudge and go' technique using eye shadow crayons.
A-list make-up artist Kay Montano has worked with the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Thandie Newton. She shares her top tips for working the look:
1. These multi-tasking crayons can be used as liner or eyeshadow. Try using lighter shades just below your lower lash line. Darker shades look great along the upper lash line, or simply apply a few strokes on to your lid and blend all over with your fingers.
2. For a glam-grunge twist, add a dark grey or brown shade to the outer third of your lid and smudge it out into a wing. Try Diego Dalla Palma Eye Shadow and Kajal, £14.
3. Dark complexions look gorgeous with almost all metallics while fair skins suit bronzes rather than golds. If in doubt, choose taupe tones. They flatter pretty much everyone.
Speedy, simple and super-sexy!
Here's my pick of the best:
Topshop Eye Crayon in Gold Digger, £6.50
Channel Bella's look by applying a thick line of this along your upper and lower lash line.
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Shadow Pencil in Mushroom, £14
Slightly less shimmer makes this perfect for sparkle-phobes.
Rimmel Scandaleyes Shadow Stick in Bulletproof Beige, £4.49
Add this to the inner corners of your eyes to brighten in a flash.
NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Corcovado, £18
A bold statement gold that looks fabulous with darker complexions.
Max Factor Wild Shadow Pencil in Bold Sapphire, £5.99
This silvery blue will flatter brown eyes and the fine tip makes lining your lashes easy.
Collection Work The Colour Eyeshadow Pencil in Hot Chocolate, £3.19
Try the trend for under four quid with this chunky easy-to-blend version.
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