Rachel's sharply defined eye look is slightly retro, but it has a real edge that's perfectly suited for a wicked witch. Pull out your liquid or gel liner again, this time (using a small angled if it's a potted liner) drawing a line that starts at the inner corner and gradually thickens toward the end, then flick it out for the graphic, not-quite-cat eye effect. Use a q-tip dipped in makeup remover to perfect the line — it's much easier to clean up what you've done than to painstakingly try to get it right using just liner. Use a black pencil liner to draw a straight line across the outer portion of the lower lashline, following your eye contour just slightly. This line should point almost straight outward, and shouldn't connect with the upper line as a classic cat eye would. Dip an angled blush brush in a matte tea rose (a neutral, brown-leaning pinkish shade) blush and sweep down from the temples, blending into the apples of cheeks as well for a more natural contoured look. Add a creamy cool pink lipstick and blot gently.