First of all, Don’t Worry. This doesn’t mean the end of eyeshadow school (still much more to come on that front!) I just thought it would be fun to break it up a little bit with eyeliner school, since those two really do go hand in hand much of the time.
SO let’s get right into it, shall we?
Liquid Eye Liner: This is the longest lasting of all eyeliner options and usually the darkest purest black. It can be tricky though and it usually takes a bit longer than any other option because it requires exact precision.
Eyeshadow: You can always use shadow as liner too! It’s easiest when applied with a pointed or angled brush. It generally creates a soft blended line
Angled Brush: These thin brushes make applying cream or shadow liner a breeze and can also be used to blend your liner as well for softer smoother edges.
Pointed Brush:I prefer my liner brushes to have cone shape. It tends to be less “bendy” that way which give me more control and if I want to blend it’s totally capable of that. I use this for shadow liner and cream liner.
Flat Brush: This is an AWESOME tool to have around if you don’t have the steadiest of hands. When you use it with a cream liner you can literally “stamp” the liner right into your lash line which makes making a straight line totally do-able.
Got any eyeliner questions!? Hit me and I’ll get them all covered during class:)