How to Achieve 3 Fall Eyeliner Trends

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Unique eyeliner styles were seen all over the fall fashion runways. Here are some quick tutorials so you can achieve the same looks seen on the models!

I like to use Gel Eyeliner with an Eyeliner brush to get all of these looks. Using a brush make the lines easy to control and very neat. My favorite liners to use are the Mary Kay Gel Eyeliner in Black and the Maybelline Eye Studio Gel Eyeliner.

Double Wing

This fierce style goes great with edgy looks, and it is simple to add a nice pop of color!

Step 1:

Apply eyeliner to the base of the lash line.

Step 2:

Create a basic wing by following your lower lash line upwards to create a triangular shape. Then connect the wing to the rest of the eyeliner.

Step 3:

Create another line using the same eyeliner shade , or a different shade (I used liquid liner here) to add some color. Start near the first wing, and create thin parallel line next to it. Then bring the line downwards and line the lower lash line.

Thick Liner

Lining your eyes thickly instantly creates the “puppy-dog” eye effect. This is perfect for delicate, feminine looks.

Step 1:

Apply eyeliner to the base of the eyelashes on the upper lash line.

Step 2:

Slowly and carefully thicken the line using short strokes until you are close to your desire thickness. Then do one final long, fluid stroke to create a crisp, rounded line.

 

 Retro Liner

Cut-crease liner from the 60’s was very popular on the fall fashion runways! If you like pin-up looks, this eyeliner style is for you!

Step 1:

Line the eyes normally keeping the eyeliner near the base of the lash line, and create a wing. Then bring the line from the wing through the area right above your crease, and extend the line all the way to your inner corner.

Step 2:

It’s okay to be a little messy! For this step just take a cotton swap dipped in makeup remover and take away the excess liner. This will create crisp lines and finish off the look!

 

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