Margot Robbie Just Nailed Bottom Eyeliner Like A Pro

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From bold dots to electric hues, statement eyeliner is a favorite among beauty trendsetters right now. Makeup influencers have grown accustomed to eye-enhancing white accents, while Margot Robbie's bottom eyeliner makes another strong case for '60s-inspired beauty vibes. The Dreamland star made waves at the Tribeca Film Festival on Sun., dressed in a show-stopping Chanel jumpsuit, a fuzzy cardigan, and black pumps. At the premiere for the forthcoming drama thriller, the 28-year-old debuted a longer hairstyle courtesy of Bryce Scarlett, which was a dreamy departure from her signature wavy lob.

With Robbie's light-blonde ombre locks and lace jumpsuit garnering most of the attention, the actor's understated makeup accented the bold outfit flawlessly. Paired with a hydrated nude lip, spider lashes, and soft bronze cheeks, Robbie's bottom eyeliner is reminiscent of the bold look that likely defined your very-first makeup routine. Enlarging the eyes while making their blue-green hue pop, the black liner had a slightly smudged effect that lended a touch of subtle edge. With Robbie's long, straight locks curled under at the ends, the look was chic and feminine, with a hint of rock and roll.

With an impressive client roster featuring everyone from Gigi Hadid to Natalie Portman, celebrity makeup artist Pati Dubroff has quite the portfolio. It's clear she's also got a real love for eyeliner, because she posted a vibrant collection ranging all the colors of the rainbow, captioned "Happiness is..." just after Robbie hit the red carpet.

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As proven by the I, Tonya star's understated look, nude lipstick and statement mascara can go a very long way, accompanied by a slightly messy liner applied along the bottom lash line. To recreate the timeless, winning look, shop The Zoe Report's product picks for the actor-approved vibe, below.

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