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Tips For The Mistakes You Make When You Put On Eyeliner👀
Not smudge-proofing. Here’s how to do it: Apply your liner with a pencil or a tiny brush, and then trace over the line with a matching powder shadow. To make it last even longer, wet your shadow brush with Visine first.
Overdoing it on the bottom lid. Heavily lining your lower lid — especially with a very dark color — can make your eyes look smaller. Plus, you’re more likely to end up with under-eye smudges. If you want to define your lower eyelid, use a light pencil.
Putting it on unevenly. It's so frustrating to have to wipe off that line on your upper lid with makeup remover a million times before you get it right. Avoid tugging at the outer corners of your eyes. Try pointing your chin up and looking down, so your lids are half-closed.
Only using black and brown. A little white or nude eyeliner on your bottom lid can work wonders to make you look more awake and refreshed. Gently pull on your under-eye and trace the line between the lower lashes and the inside rim.
Not knowing the differences between pencil, gel, and liquid. Pencil, best if you’re in a hurry: They’re the quickest to put on and resist smearing. Gel liners give you a more glam look and allow more control over line thickness. Liquid liners are the "advanced" kind. They apply more precisely.