Eyeliner Basics for Daytime and Evening Looks

I forgot to include the brown eye shadow in the To Have pic, oops! Anyhow, it's good to have on hand, you'll see when you watch the video!

I forgot to include the brown eye shadow in the To Have pic, oops! Anyhow, it’s good to have on hand, you’ll see when you watch the video!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have received so many requests to talk about eyeliner on Five Minutes for Mom covering dos and don’ts and basic techniques, so here it is ladies! Eyeliner basics with pencil, liquid and gel. 

In the video I show you how to do eyeliner for a smokey eye and for an everyday look. For both I am using a high wing on the outer edge as an accent. Cat eyes are very fun and playful, but if done incorrectly can drag the eye down and make you look old and tired. So rather than risk teaching some of my eyeliner newbies something that can go awry easily, I chose to do a high wing, which will never bring the eye down and will instead add to the fullness of the outside lashes and give your eye area a little lift!

I’m planning on doing another eyeliner segment soon to cover the more complex looks, let me know other than cat eye, which I’ll cover in the next video anyway, what you’d like to know more about.

Here’s the link to the tutorial, enjoy!

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