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Learn To Use Eyeliner To Reshape Your Eyes! Here's How! (please like when saving) Like When Saving

posted in Beauty > Makeup
11/27/2013
  • the inner to the outer edges of your upper lashline. Close your eye and pull your lid taut to draw your line. For your first pass, wiggle it in between your lashes (it will make them look thicker), and on your second pass make the line thicker if you want.
    the inner to the outer edges of your upper lashline. Close your eye and pull your lid taut to draw your line. For your first pass, wiggle it in between your lashes (it will make them look thicker), and on your second pass make the line thicker if you want.
  • When you look like you only slept 20 minutes last night, the oldest trick in the book to appear awake and bright-eyed is to apply a beige-colored eyeliner to your lower inner rim (aka your waterline). "It helps counteract tired, red eyes," says Chang-Babaian, "and makes your eyes look larger."
    When you look like you only slept 20 minutes last night, the oldest trick in the book to appear awake and bright-eyed is to apply a beige-colored eyeliner to your lower inner rim (aka your waterline). "It helps counteract tired, red eyes," says Chang-Babaian, "and makes your eyes look larger."
  • Make a statement!  Apply the liner to just your lower lashline from the inner to outer corners, using short strokes. To pull it into a cohesive look, you can apply eyeshadow in the same color family to your upper lids, but make it two shades brighter.
    Make a statement! Apply the liner to just your lower lashline from the inner to outer corners, using short strokes. To pull it into a cohesive look, you can apply eyeshadow in the same color family to your upper lids, but make it two shades brighter.
  • The upper inner rim doesn't always get as much attention as its lower counterpart, but it's an equally important area to define. Applying black liner to your upper rim will intensify your lashline, giving you natural looking definition without the hard edge of a liner.
    The upper inner rim doesn't always get as much attention as its lower counterpart, but it's an equally important area to define. Applying black liner to your upper rim will intensify your lashline, giving you natural looking definition without the hard edge of a liner.
  • he smoky eye is way easier than it looks. All you need is a black kohl pencil and a flat angled brush. With your pencil, scribble a line along your upper lashline from the inner to outer corners. Line your lower inner rim with the liner as well for instant definition!
    he smoky eye is way easier than it looks. All you need is a black kohl pencil and a flat angled brush. With your pencil, scribble a line along your upper lashline from the inner to outer corners. Line your lower inner rim with the liner as well for instant definition!
  • brush from the inner to the outer edges of your upper lashline. You want to make your line at a 45-degree angle, starting from your outer corner. The key to achieving the right winged tip is to "really consider your eye shape," says Chang-Babaian, which means to follow the slants of your eyes.
    brush from the inner to the outer edges of your upper lashline. You want to make your line at a 45-degree angle, starting from your outer corner. The key to achieving the right winged tip is to "really consider your eye shape," says Chang-Babaian, which means to follow the slants of your eyes.
  • Elongated eye
For those with close-set or small eyes, you can lengthen the width of your eyes by focusing your liner at your outer corners. Using a cream liner, draw a line from the middle of your upper lashline to the outer edges without winging it. Then apply the liner to the outer third corner
    Elongated eye
    For those with close-set or small eyes, you can lengthen the width of your eyes by focusing your liner at your outer corners. Using a cream liner, draw a line from the middle of your upper lashline to the outer edges without winging it. Then apply the liner to the outer third corner
  • pply a thick line to your upper lashline, extending past your outer corner. Then using short strokes, draw a line from the inner corner of your lower lashline all the way across until you connect to the line on top. You can make the bottom line thicker if you want to evoke a Sophia Loren look.
    pply a thick line to your upper lashline, extending past your outer corner. Then using short strokes, draw a line from the inner corner of your lower lashline all the way across until you connect to the line on top. You can make the bottom line thicker if you want to evoke a Sophia Loren look.
  • First, draw the line for the tip starting from your outer corner and making it parallel to the tip above. Then, line your lower lashline from your outer corner to about half of your lashline. Finally, connect the two endpoints, creating a triangular shape and fill it in. To provide contrast,
    First, draw the line for the tip starting from your outer corner and making it parallel to the tip above. Then, line your lower lashline from your outer corner to about half of your lashline. Finally, connect the two endpoints, creating a triangular shape and fill it in. To provide contrast,
  • sing the liner, apply a thick line to your upper lashline, then angle it at the outer corner of your eye at 45 degrees, creating a dramatic winged tip until you hit your crease. Work the liquid liner into your crease from the winged tip.
    sing the liner, apply a thick line to your upper lashline, then angle it at the outer corner of your eye at 45 degrees, creating a dramatic winged tip until you hit your crease. Work the liquid liner into your crease from the winged tip.
  • Remember;

    "Wherever you put darkness is where your eye is drawn to," says Chang-Babaian, "which means eyeliner allows you to change the shape of your eye." Got small eyes? Make them bigger with a smoky wraparound. Want to elongate your eyes' width? Do an exaggerated winged tip.

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