Christian Dior PFW, Eyeliner

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Is it an unblended smoky eye? A super-charged liner? A beauty look inspired by the Hamburglar?

Whatever it is, the avant-garde makeup from Christian Dior's fall 2015 collection held its own against the colorful creations sported down the runway.

Boldly contrasting statement eyes that simply stopped slightly above the orbital bone were set against a pale-faced backdrop. Although it was a show-stopper, let's be honest: There's a slim chance us normal folk would be wearing it in our everyday lives...unless you're a celebrity, that is.

Which bold celebs could rock this makeup look in real life? Of course, there are actresses like Ginnifer Goodwin who had a similar look at the punk-themed 2013 Met Gala. There's also Björk who could wear any makeup look without batting an eyelash, because, well, she's Björk.

But who else in the A-list set could actually pull it off?

Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning, Eyeliner

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Both Elle and Dakota Fanning are ladies who really explore playing with color and bold looks. Whether it's their hair or style, the sisters have a way of surprising their fans with the unexpected. 

The pair turned heads at the 2013 Met Gala with interesting eye makeup pairings. For Elle, leaning on neon yellow to heighten her 2014 Comic-Con ensemble wasn't a problem.

Katie Holmes, Eyeliner

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Kristen Stewart is another actress who could handle this eye without any trouble. We have grown accustomed to seeing her on red carpets with intense makeup to show off her stunning eyes.

One celeb that would pretty much break the Internet with this makeup trend would be the ever-classic Katie Holmes. After we'd pick our jaws up off the floor, however, we'd find ourselves patting her on the back for her risky choice.

Every now and again we've caught Miss Holmes tippy-toeing outside the confines of "safe style." Perhaps one day she'll jump in feet first with an eye makeup look like this. We can only hope.

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