Four Different Looks With One Easy-to-Use Product

The right makeup, especially the right eye makeup, can completely change and enhance a look. The problem is that if you don’t know the tricks on how to apply it, even the most expensive makeup can go to waste. Luckily, we have a few tips to share with you that can widen and brighten your eyes, enhance the color, or create drama by using one simple product: eye liner. It is easy to achieve your desired look. Remember, makeup is supposed to be fun, play around with different looks and see what works best for you, and we will be there with you the whole way.

1. Widen eyes

To make your eyes appear farther apart, line top lash line from the midpoint of your eye to just beyond its outer edge. Continue line from the outer corner about 1 inch into your lower lashes-this will draw attention to the outside of your eyes

2. Create drama

Line your inner rims with a pencil eyeliner to give subtle eye makeup a darker, and more intense look(skip it if you have small eyes,or they’ll look tiny). Liquid and shadow liners are not formulated for this area-neither one sticks to moist skin.

3. Enhance color

Wear a colored liner that complements your eye shade to make it stand out. If you have blue eyes, pick deep blue or green; for brown and hazel eyes, try olive green or khaki; for green eyes, get gold or bronze; and if they’re dark brown, try purple.

4. Brighten eyes

Use eyeshadow and a brush to draw a thin strip of liner along top lashes. It will open up your eyes. If your eyes are small, avoid lining lower lashes and don’t use pencil or liquid liners: They’re dark and heavy, so they’ll close up your eyes, making them squinty.

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