Applying eyeliner is probably the trickiest part of your makeup routine but it's also the one that makes the most difference.
There are three types of eyeliners namely:Pencil eyeliner is easy to apply, but sometimes doesn’t spread as smoothly or thickly as gel or liquid liners. Gel liners are matte and glide on easily. They sometimes come in a little pot with a brush.
If you want eyes that look larger,don’t let your lower lash liner meet up with your top liner it closes up the eyes. Instead, leave an intentional gap to create the illusion of wider eyes.
It’s always smarter to start with mascara. Why? You’ll see the full shape of your eye, so you’ll know exactly what to enhance with liner.
Lining your water line is a no-fail way to get a more dramatic look, but it tends to disappear in, well, the blink of an eye. To make it last longer and look more intense dip your black pencil into black cream liner before applying. Gently pull down your lower lash line and apply just along the rim.
If your hand isn't steady enough for liquid eyeliner, line your eyes first with a pencil liner, and then trace over it with liquid.
A smoky eye can be pretty labor intensive unless you try this quick cheat. Line lids top and bottom with black pencil. Then use a makeup brush or Q-tip to smudge on black or charcoal gray shadow. Simple. smoky in seconds.