What makes an eyeliner?
Basically, a liner starts out super thin in the inner corner of the eye, is thickest in the last third of the lash line, and then tapers off to become thinner and thinner. The last part of the eyeliner should always tend to fade out towards the end of the eyebrows, i.e. diagonally upwards. This is the only way to visually draw the eye into an almond shape and achieve this lift effect.
Which eye shape is suitable for an eyeliner?
The shape of your eyelid crease is decisive here. If you have a drooping eyelid, where the crease extends beyond the outer corner of the eye, we do not recommend a classic eyeliner with a wing. This is because it slips into the crease and is then no longer visible.
Accordingly, if you have enough space on your moving eyelid, by all means try it out.
Color and lines of the eyeliner.
Yes, we often know eyeliner only in black. Honestly, however, this is often not advantageous. If black or dark does not appear in your own color scheme, it presses very much on the eye and is extremely in focus. Therefore, we recommend dark brown or charcoal eyeliner for most. It is softer and makes the eye color shine. Furthermore, lines, especially in makeup are also a crucial aspect. Have you ever tried a soft eyeliner? For this you need a small slanted brush. With it you drive the line of the eyeliner along. This creates a soft effect that looks super natural and is very easy, because the exact line is probably also one of the most difficult things when applying.
You want to try out the tips directly? In the Make-Up section of your Woow.Club. Profile you will find eyeliners that have been selected for you by our make-up artists.