Eyeliner makes your eyes stand out by defining them and accentuating their shape. Whether you choose a soft line or a dramatic stroke, you can embellish the windows to your soul by spending just a few minutes in front of a mirror with an eyeliner pencil.
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How to Apply Eyeliner

Eyeliner makes your eyes stand out by defining them and accentuating their shape. Whether you choose a soft line or a dramatic stroke, you can embellish the windows to your soul by spending just a few minutes in front of a mirror with an eyeliner pencil. Eyeliner makes your eyes stand out

Steps

1. Choose an eyeliner appropriate for your eye color. Brown, navy and charcoal accent light eyes well, while black, navy and plum shades flatter brown eyes. Make sure your liner complements the color of your shadow.

Consider the type of look you're after. Pencil eyeliner gives your eyes soft definition, while liquid versions offer precision and drama. You can also moisten dark eye shadow and apply it with a small, flat brush. So many colors to choose from
So many to choose from

3. Prepare to apply the eyeliner.

-  If you are using a pencil, sharpen it (see Warnings). Warm and soften the very tip of the pencil by heating it with a lighter or a hot zap from a hair dryer. This will help it write smoother.

-  A liquid liner should be checked for clumps or excess.

-  Prepare a cake liner or a dark eye shadow by applying a small amount of water (usually one or two drops) to your brush. Move the wet brush gently through your cake liner or dark shadow. Hold the brush or pencil as you would hold a pen.

4. Rest the elbow of your dominant arm on a hard surface, and rest your wrist on your face. Rest your arm
5. Tilt your head back slightly and bring your eyes to a half-open state. This creates a good angle for application, while allowing you to see what you're doing. Tilt your head back

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