The raven-haired British beauty wore a pair of feathered false lashes on her lower lash lines, to create an effect that could only be described as "sad clown."
Well, sad, goth, clown.
While the creativity was all Deyn's doing, she may have been inspired by Lady Gaga's current influence on makeup. "Lady Gaga is known for her 'sad' makeup," MAC Cosmetics Senior Artist Romero Jennings told us at a recent photo shoot. "The shapes always go downwards."
A few companies sell flutterly lashes like these -- Sephora Black Feather False Eye Lashes, $15; Make Up For Ever Strip Lashes in 116 Jane, $15 -- which can be used on the upper or lower lash lines for different effects.
To recreate Deyn's look, first trim the lashes to fit the lower lash area before gluing them on - this easy tweak will make the application process much easier.
And for the full effect, we suggest blowing it out with a trendy pair of fangs.