Kendall Jenner Just Reinvented Eyeliner In The Weirdest Way

It's called 'Negative space eyeliner' and WTF??

Kendall Jenner, along with four of the other K's in her fam -- Kris, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe -- may have scooped the Reality Show of 2018 award at the E! People's Choice Awards on Sunday, but we reckon her beauty game was worth a nod, too.

The 23-year-old took a departure from the norm when it came to her eye makeup, opting for an edgy yet chic 'negative space' eyeliner lewk.

Kendall at the 2018 E! People's Choice Awards on November 11, 2018. Image: Getty.

WTF is negative space eyeliner?? It's basically a deconstructed take on traditional eye makeup techniques, in particular the winged cat eye.

Case in point: Kendall's PCA beat.

Ms Jenner swiped a grass green hue along the waterline and inner corner of her eye, then finished by adding a dash on the outer corner of her brow bone.

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The Victoria's Secret model kept the rest of her face neutral and glowy, with a touch of blush and a nude lip.

Image: Instagram/@kendalljenner.

While we're not sure of the exact product Kenny used, we love Urban Decay's Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner in Kush ($36 from Mecca Maxima.)

And Kendall didn't just stop with her eyes, either, adding a swipe of green to her right collarbone -- see the bottom corner of her Insta story?

Her MIND, right?

Emma Watson was a pioneer of the negative space eyeliner trend, rocking just the outer edges of a cat eye back in 2017.

You can dupe Em's look at home with your normal black liquid liner -- just try to keep a steady hand, and a fair few q-tips nearby!

Emma Watson at the LA premiere of 'Beauty and the Beast' on March 2, 2017. Image: Getty.

Speaking of q-tips, that's exactly what Lily Collins' makeup artist used to achieve her 'broken' cat eye for the InStyle Awards in October.

Fiona Siles reached for Lancôme Grandiose Liner ($58 from Sephora) -- the fine felt tip is perfect for creating seamless lines -- then swiped through the tail of the cat eye with a q-tip to create the negative space.

Easy.

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Lily Collins at the 4th Annual InStyle Awards in LA on October 22, 2018. Image: Getty.

If you're keen to dip your toe in the trend, take a gander at some of the awesome #negativespaceeye inspo on Insta.

Feature image: Getty.