Different Looks With Eyeliners

Follow these easy eyeliner tips that showcase your oh-so-expressive eyes.

Look 1 : Daytime Casual

Line only the upper, outer eyelid.

  • Dot the liner onto your top lid, getting as close to your eyelashes as possible.
  • Use a cotton swab/a small makeup brush/the sponge tip that is on the opposite end of some liner pencils to blend the dots together so the make-up looks natural and almost undetectable. I like this look with no eye-shadow and no mascara.

Eyeliner Looks

Look 2: Perfect For Work

  • Apply a neutral eye-shadow
  • Next, line just the very outer corners of your upper and lower lashes, using the dot-on-then-connect method.
  • Blend together the liner at the corners of your eye, in an angled V-shape.
  • Smudge the liner so that a hard line is not visible.

Recommended: Revlon Colorstay liner is the perfect choice for this look.

work look with eyeliner

Look 3: Evening Out

  • Apply a light-colored, shimmery shadow in the half of your eye.
  • Next, use a darker shade from the midpoint to the edge and upto the crease.
  • Now apply liner on the upper outer lid with a light hand. Use the dot method or short, quick strokes of tiny lines connected together.
  • Do the same on the bottom outer lid. Smudge the line on top and bottom lids. When you use a creamy pencil liner, pair it with powdered eye-shadow for added staying power. This is another reason why eye pencils are preferred to liquid eyeliners.

party eyeliner look

Tip:

Opt for darker shades such as Mahogany, Charcoal or Navy to define and open up eyes. These darker tones also create an illusion of thicker lashes.

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