To achieve a natural look, line only the upper outer with a pencil or liquid eyeliner. Get as close to the eyelashes as you can. Try to keep your hand steady to create a very thin line. Also use a pencil that is sharpened or a thin brush if you are using liquid liner. If you have close set eyes, line them in the outer half or two thirds of the eyelid, this will make them look further apart.
This liner is a bit more dramatic and bold. Use a thin eyeliner, and line the top of the eyelid. Then continue the liner at the lower lashes creating the V shape. Smudge the eyeliner so there are no hard lines.
Line the upper and lower lid. It is up to you to decide whether you want a thin or thick line. If you have a larger lid then a thick liner can be done. For a smaller lid, it is better to stick to a thin line because a thick one will make your eye look smaller. Make sure to smudge the bottom liner, you can do this with a Q-tip.
Smudged Rocker Look
Quick way for a night out, or to make a statement. Line the top and bottom lid with a thick line. Then smudge with a Q-tip or brush. Smudge the liner to create a cloudy rock star look.
Cat Eye (the wing)
Using liquid liner or gel, line the top and extend upward from the outer corner. Try doing it in short strokes if you are not comfortable doing this. Try to create a triangle in the corner and then fill it in, this will create the “wing”.
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