Hello again Beauties 🙂
Welcome back to another starting off post. I cant believe we are at week 7 and nearer to the end of this project already. Its been so great to be a part of this with lots of other fantastic bloggers. My Tuesdays wont be the same when its over.
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So lets get into tonight’s post, Eyeliner where do we begin …
you can make so many differences to a look using eyeliner. you can change the shape of the eye, widen and lengthen them. as well as adding some drama to an evening look. the possibilities are endless. so what types of eyeliners are there?
Pen Liners are my favorite for doing winged liner, they are so easy to work with. They resemble felt tip pens and come in different thicknesses, I find the formula so easy and mess free, and the staying power is definitely better than other formulas.
Liquid liners are probably my least favorite liner to work with, I find them really messy as well as difficult to move over un-stretched skin.
weave all got at least one pencil liner right? they are so versatile and can really add some depth to a look. They can sit in the waterline, on the lid or just under the lash line. each way creates a different look.
Gel liners are used with brushes, there consistency is very similar to pencil liners once applied however they are of course less thick. they are nice to work with however there staying power isn’t as great in my experience as pen liners.
I thought I’d run through a few of the different ways I like to wear eyeliner, i hope you find this useful 🙂 So of course we start off with a naked eye (normally I would apply mascara after eyeliner but for the purpose of this post I did it before)
My most used and probably the easiest way of applying pencil eyeliner is just running it along the lower waterline. Once done, it will look something like the below: