Eyeliners are now considered as essential to finish an eye look. Without an eyeliner, you’d feel as if there’s something missing on your eyes – and I totally get the feeling. Eyeliners can make or break your look and it all depends on the eye shape you have.
Experimenting on different eyeliners can lead you to discover the eyeliner style of your dreams – and never be afraid to mess up, because practice definitely makes perfect. So, to know more about different eyeliner styles, read on!
Fox eyeliner has been the biggest trend in the makeup realm – I myself have tried it and have never gone back since. The fox eye elongates your eyes much further than the typical cat eyeliner. Instead of just a doing it on the outer corners, you also extend the inner corners to make your eyes narrower and sultrier. A brown eyeliner would suit this style better as opposed to black to create the illusion that it’s all part of you real eyes.
Puppy eyes are more commonly known around the Asian region for it’s innocent and “puppy-like” look. The eyeliner style is downturned as opposed to the traditional swoop that goes upward. The style creates the illusion that your eyes are bigger and more animated, making you look like you’re oh so innocent. Pairing this style with a big pair of lashes will give that impact that you need to appear more naive and child-like.
For my hooded eye girlies, this eyeliner is just for you! With hooded eyes, it’s tough to get the sharp line because of the excess skin on the outer corner of your eyes, making your eyeliner appear like a NIKE symbol. But, with a batwing style eyeliner, you can get that sharp point like you’re about to cut a b**ch with just a few simple strokes. Check out this TikTok video by Scortezz Beauty to achieve the bat wing look.
The most bold style of eyeliner is coming your way – and it’s the under-eye eyeliner. How does that work? Well, it’s super simple – you just turn your eyeliner upside down and VOILÀ. The perfect smoked-out under wing to up your makeup game in a matter of minutes. The fact that you can do this trick with so many shades makes it even more fun as you can experiment with this style to your heart’s content.
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