How To Apply Eye-Liner Correctly

It is important that you apply linear correctly, as linear can define the shape of your eye. It is equally important that you choose the right linear, if you are among those who prefer using Liquid linear they should see our makeup tips article How to Apply Liquid Linear, but incase you apply pencil linear then this article is for you. In this article we will tell you how to apply eye-liner correctly.

How To Apply Eye-Liner Correctly

Following are the tips for How To Apply Eye-Liner Correctly .

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Choose Linear and It’s Shape

The first tip is that you choose the linear, and then decide which shape do you want to apply.

Pose To Put on The Eyeliner


Your posture is very important while applying the linear, if you don’t have a proper pose, chances of you ending up with a disastrous linear magnifies. The easiest way of applying is tilt your head back and use your non drawing hand to stretch the skin on the outside of your eye a bit Then next step is that you should raise your eyebrows so that your eyelids does not block your lashes line. It may also be helpful to rest your elbow on a table or countertop to keep your hand steady.

Create a Dotted Line Along Your Lashes

Then you should start by creating small dotted lines directly above your lashes of your upper eyelid. The important factor here is that; the dots should be as close to the eyelid as possible. Since the basic point of eyeliner is to give illusion of full eyelashes, which you can only mange if your eye lashes are near to your eyelids.

Connect the Dots

Once you have drawn the dots to your satisfactions now connect them properly. It is recommend that you first make dots and then draw the line instead of starting directly off with a continuous line. Also, use shorter lines, so help you create even and non-bumpy line. You should begin drawing at the inside corner of your eye and end at the outer corner.

Finish The Line

 Make sure that each of the dots has been connected, and that the ends of the line taper slightly instead of ending in a blunt, rounded dot


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