Comments on: Share a Tip Tuesdays: Brace Yourself for an Easy Eyeliner Tip A beauty blog blooming with fresh makeup reviews, swatches and beauty tips from your friendly neighborhood beauty addict Sat, 25 Feb 2017 05:02:22 +0000 hourly 1 By: Yasmin Fri, 05 Apr 2013 20:39:39 +0000 I have quite ‘barely there’ eyelashes so I tend to do a flick at the end.
1) take an angled eyeliner brush or the side of the liner pen and press next to lashes in the middle.
2) take some masking tape if you can’t do straight lines (it won’t take eyeshadow off don’t worry) and cross two pieces over eachother on your eye so the gap is what you want the flick to be and fill it in.
3) When it’s dry take the masking tape off and do the same technique of pressing the brush in for the middle on the inner corner
4) Because eyeliner makes your eyes appear smaller line the bottom water line with a white eye pencil to open them out

By: Michele DiCola Sun, 26 Aug 2012 23:43:08 +0000 Eyeliner depends on the color you choose. I like black for everyday ! Chanel, black because it is also waterproof !
I start in the middle of the eyelid then work my way to the end & the corner .
This eyeliner stays all day.
Sometimes I do eyeliner after eyeshadow , that works too ! Depends on the color. If it is darker than than the liner I apply last,

By: Georgiana Thu, 23 Aug 2012 15:11:12 +0000 Not to honk my own horn (but, yes, to do exactly that), I’m pretty damn good at doing eyeliner. HOWEVER (caps are necessary – this is a pretty big ‘however’), to achieve a nicely lined eye, I have to climb into my bathroom sink, so that my feet are resting in the basin and my butt is sat on the edge, then I lean my elbow on my knee and get to work. In any situation other than this, I am completely pants at applying eyeliner. I dread the day when I become too fat for my sink to support me! (Though at that point, eyeliner will probably be the least of my worries.)

By: Christy Thu, 23 Aug 2012 05:00:23 +0000 I can do my right eye’s eyeliner no problem – whether it’s felt tip, liquid, gel – I rock my right eye like no tomorrow. I did find that in applying my left eye is harder. I’m not sure why but when I close my left eye only, my eyelids tends to tremble like a dancefloor at a club. I find it helps if I take a clean flat eyeshadow brush to press it gently against the eyelid and it helps me steadily draw out the line.

By: Inaya Wed, 22 Aug 2012 14:43:07 +0000 I take an angled brush like the one Karen use for her eyebrows, like a thin squat head cut diagonally. I dip the brush head into a gel liner and hold it diagonally from where my upper lashes end and draw a triangle inwards, making it the simplest cat eye ever, and then just line the rest in small short strokes. Go over the whole thing again if it’s not pigmented enough