The supermodels both took to the runway to showcase the Chanel Spring Summer 2014 collection earlier today (1 October), and didn't they look fabulous?
Chanel is known for arty catwalk make-up looks, and this season's glorious multi-coloured motif certainly didn't disappoint.
Peepers were thickly lined with black eyeliner, flicked out into a feline shape. Vibrant stripes of canary yellow, hot pink, sky blue, primary green and soft lilac were added, running all the way up to the brow bone.
Brows were painted black and the rest of the face was kept neutral.
And the models were also given a barnet overhaul for the occasion. Tomboy Cara sported an icy blonde wig, while Miranda was almost unrecognisable with her jet black hue.
Just in case you're feeling adventurous, here's how to get the look:
1. Start by taking a black gel eyeliner (try NARS Eye Paint in Black Valley, £18.50, out 15 October) and a fine liner brush (such as Real Techniques Fine Liner Brush, £6.99), and draw a thick line around each eye, without bringing it into the inner corner.
Follow the direction of your lower lash line to create a winged-out flick, then add intensity by applying a black kohl liner to your waterline.
2. The easiest way to replicate this look without getting too messy is with eye pencils. We like Sleek Eau La La Liners, £4.99 each, which come in a whole host of colours, or Barry M Kohl Pencils, £2.99 each.
Starting from the inner corner, decorate your peepers with blocks and stripes of colour.
3. To intensify your colours and give your look longevity, apply matching powder eyeshadows over the top (Sleek i Divine Eyeshadow Palette in Ultra Matte V1, £7.99, has a great array of shades).
Wet your brush before dipping into your shadow, then lightly pack the product over where you've put your pencil.
4. Add further drama with false lashes, then fill in your brows with a super-dark pencil. Alternatively, try painting them with your black gel liner.
Rainbow make-up, done. Now we just need a modelling contract...
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