In recent years, women are doing more than just using shadow to add depth and dimension to their eyes; many ladies are applying multiple colors to create designs, drawings and pictures. Click through the slideshow to see a few of our favorite ways to make your peepers pop!

There are several emerging makeup artists such as Katie Alves who paint museum-worthy masterpieces, and colorful movie scenes like from Disney's "The Lion King" on the eyes.  Already, several interpretations of shadow art have popped up (remember the glittery, green-and-blue peacock-eye?) But how does one come up with a breath-taking design? 

Well, turning an idea or drawing into a dazzling eye look first takes passion. Israeli makeup artist and blogger, Tal Peleg knows more than a thing or two about doing intricate creations. The renowned visionary specializes in imagery from fairy tales and classic novels, as well as grand embellishments and decorations. Tal uses the eye as her canvas, crafting fantasy-driven paintings with liquid liner and shadow. One will find swans, stars, pearls and princesses in her work; cosmetics mean a lot to this creative soul.   "[Eye art takes] a lot of patience, steady hand and using the right brushes and products," said Tal to Beauty World News.