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Start the line moving from the outer corner to the inner corner of the eye. Sweep the liquid eyeliner along the upper lash line in small, connected strokes, continuing until you reach the inner corner of your eye. Then, with your eye open, extend the line outward to the outer corner.
For beginners, the biggest problem with applying liquid eyeliner is lacking a steady hand, causing a wavy line and uneven application. To rectify this problem, rest your elbow on a table and your hand on your cheek as you apply. If you are able, hold a small hand-held mirror in your opposite hand instead of using a large mirror so that you can get a good view of your eyelid and liner application.
Firstly, you should choose an oil-based makeup remover to dissolve waterproof eyeliner. Then, saturate a flat, cotton pad with the product and press the pad against your eye for 20 seconds. This gives the makeup remover time to break down the eyeliner so it will come off quickly and easily. Lastly, wipe off the eyeliner with downward strokes. Be careful not to scrub or tug on your skin.
Firstly, choose a long-lasting eyeliner because it is helpful to reduce the likelihood of it smudging over time. If you tend to have drier skin, you won't have as much of a problem using wax pencils, but if you tend to have oily skin, steer away from wax eyeliners or liners made with whipped gels. Then, apply the liner with gentle movements so you don't irritate your eyes because the tears may smudge your eyeliner. Finally, use a setting spray to increase the wear-time for your eyeliner.
Eyeliner is a type of cosmetic used along the rim of the eye. There are many different types of eyeliner that can be used to create effects from the dramatic to the subtle. There are four main categories of eyeliner available: liquid, powder-based pencil, wax-based pencil, and kohl. Liquid and pencil eyeliners are available in nearly every imaginable color, including glitter varieties.