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19 Oct 1996

i love my family+friends and idk what i would do without them. i'm a pretty shy
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Published on: 17 Jul 2009 by amaay

how to apply pencil eyelineer(;

one- choose a color that compliments your eye color. green eyes look good with a brown, bronze or sage eyeliner. brown eyes look good with a brown, sage or even violet eyeliner. blue-eyed ladies can choose from charcoal, brown or navy eyeliner.

two- choose eyeliner that is easy to apply. ssk for samples before you buy one. draw a line on the back of your hand to see how much pressure is needed to create a line. you are looking for a pencil that requires little pressure to create a line. the softer the pencil, the better the pencil.

three- close one eye. try not to hold it closed with your fingers or pull on the lid. pulling and tugging on your delicate eye skin can stretch it and cause premature lines.

four- start with the upper inner corner of your eyelid. draw a line as close to the lash line as possible. you can use short strokes if it's easier for you. continue all the way to the outer corner of your eye. keep the line thin on the inner corner and thicker on the outer corner.

five- draw a line under the bottom lashes starting with the outer corner working inward. keep the line close to the lash line. use short strokes again if it's easier and continue to the inner corner. again, keep the line thin on the inner corner and thicker on the outer corner.

six- smudge the line if you prefer a thicker, softer look. You can use the opposite end of the pencil or the 'smudge tip' of some eyeliners. a finger sometimes works, too. you are just gently smudging the line into a softer, wider line using short strokes.



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