Tag: Eye liner
This feature is a collaboration with Lucy Parks. Lucy has been working in the fashion industry for six years. A dedicated follower of all things fashion and beauty, she is passionate about new industry developments. Lucy is now a full time freelance fashion writer.
If you’ve ever heard someone reminiscing about their ‘one attempt’ to do flicked eyeliner,
then you’ll be aware that some techniques are seemingly an insurmountable feat for some
people. For some, the idea of doing a halo eye, a bold lip or a retro eyelid might just seem
like a distant fantasy. However, most of the people wearing these looks aren’t makeup artists, and just like you, they began with a wobbly hand and a steady pinky finger in front of the mirror in their bedroom. While some looks have a perceived difficult technical skill, some are deemed too bold to wear, or far too scary to wear in public.
This is a makeup look you’ll most frequently hear people say they can’t seem to manage.
Some feel their eyes are too small, too hooded, too open, too big to do this look. The only
thing these people have in common is inexperience. They are under the illusion that their
personal features are holding them back from trying the infamous pin-up eye.
To get the look, first of all, find a true black (or a colour of your choice) eyeliner with a brush tip – there are ones which are like pens, but this doesn’t exactly make life easier. Beginning with the outer edge of the flick, run the line from the outer corner of your eye and aim for the far edge of your eyebrow. This gives the flick a nice shape, and after a bit of practice, you can start experimenting with drawing the line out or changing the overall size of the look. If you do make any mistakes, a cotton swab with a bit of cleanser will tidy up any smudges or wobbly lines.
A bold lip
The ‘difficulty’ to pull this look off comes from the idea that it’s hard to pull off. What colours people find difficult often come down to personal preference, with some fearing fiery reds, neons, or dark plums. The only
Do you want to know what makeup trick I’ve been loving a lot these days? I love using eye pencil on the upper waterline. This trick makes a huge difference in your look!
All you need for this is a dark and soft eye pencil.Apply it on your upper water line, not on the lash line how you would usually apply the liner but on the water line. I know that it’s not the easiest and not the most pleasant thing to do but the results are worth it.
You can apply it on one eye and compare it with the other – you will be impressed!
So what’s the point of doing it?
You lashes will look blacker and fuller and the eyes will look more defined.
But, as I already said, make sure that you use a soft eye pencil that glides easily. It’s also nice to use a waterproof one that stays on for a long time.
Yesterday I was at several Bourjois counters looking for the awesome vintage products which I totally loved but they are not available (yet?). I guess I’ll just have to get them online because they are too cute. I also wanted to write a review about them, guess I’ll just have to write about the other Bourjois product that I like. And I am talking about
Bourjois Volume Clubbing Liquid Eyeliner, €7.50
- Vibrant eyes with Volume Clubbing Eyeliner by Bourjois
- High concentration of pigments and light effect
- Precise brush for no smudging or fading
So what do I think about this liner? I think it’s a great product that is not worse than expensive products. It works perfectly for me and I am happy that I got it. It stays on for the whole day, has the true black colour, doesn’t smudge or fade. And 4ml (0.14 fl. oz) will last you for a long time. You may also like the disco style design. Here is the swatch of the liner on the skin.
A range of eye liners for precise application on the eyes. The formula has an ultra smooth, soft, creamy texture with vivid color payoff that allows you to draw long continuous lines without flaking. The freshly applied color is waterproof and smudge-proof. All shades are blendable to create a unique custom look. Price $24
Check all the details at shu uemura
- Midnight Blue
- Vivid Blue