Bonus, you can keep your eyes open when creating this liner look. Try using an extremely fine-tipped black pencil or gel pen to line the bottom lash line. Apply some concealer to mask any dark circles and you’re set.
It doesn’t have to be Halloween for you to work glitter into your makeup routine. It’s all about placement and how much you use. Apply a very conservative amount along your upper lash line, dabbing a teeny tiny bit near your crease for a fun night out look.
Set your black pencil aside and try a delicate, whimsy color like an iridescent green—we love MAC Cosmetics Pearlguide Intense Eye Liner ($16.50, maccosmetics.com) Because the color is softer and less dramatic than that navy blue or a midnight black, little mistakes won’t be as visible.
Apply dark purple eyeliner like Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Pencil in Asphyxia ($20, beauty.com) along your top lashes and smudge it out on the lid and blending to the crease for a bold eye makeup look, no shadow required.
Use a white liner pencil, like MAKE UP FOR EVER Kohl Pencil in Matte White ($18, sephora.com) on your top lash line and inner corners to open up your eyes—just don’t forget the mascara!
Smoke it out with black liner on your top and bottom lash lines. Use a kohl pencil like Sonia Kashuk’s Dramatically Intensifying Kajal Gel Eyeliner ($9, target.com) to draw a thick line on your top lashes, winging it out slightly at the side. Run it along your lower lashes and smudge with your ring finger.
Clean and classic, a cat eye never fails or goes out of style. Use a piece of tape to guide your wing, as the key to this look is all in precision.
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