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Topic: Eyeliner Tut *crap load of crappy pics to go along*  (Read 2829 times)
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ManiacChick
« on: February 05, 2009 03:28:37 PM »

This is my try at a tut......hope it helps a little.

Here is the way i do winged eyeliner:
Step 1: materials
Slash liquid line in amethyst
and a light eyeliner(optional)(this is to trace the shape before using the liquid eye liner, makes it a lot easier to keep it symetrical.)



Step 2. I start in the middle of my lash line then go out and the go to the end and connect like this




Step 3: line those eyes



also you can slightly pull you eye staight and draw a line and it ends up look like this:
http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd198/ManiacChick/eyelinertutorial015.jpg(sorry its a little crookedy i was taking a pic and lineing at the same time*not reccomended* ^_^)




and peace all hope that helped. It was my first tutorial ever!!

http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd198/ManiacChick/eyelinertutorial017.jpg
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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2009 05:36:27 PM »

Heya!  Thanks for the tut!  Your gorg in you end result pic!  But my trouble is that whenever I put eyeliner on my upper lid, I can still see the skin color line just under, (kinda the under-rim, does that make sense?)  I put liner no prob bob on the lower rim, but have always avoided it on the upper.  So if I put eyeliner  in my eyelash line, you can still see the skin color line below it, and it looks like I'm 9 years old trying make up for the first time!!!  Do you have any suggestions?
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ManiacChick
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2009 05:43:02 PM »

yeap....If doing black take a  dark soft kohl pencil and like dot it into the lashline that will make the eyeliner blend in and also make lashes look much fuller
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chelseaxbaby
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2009 01:01:27 AM »

Thanks, nice tut - I'm horrible with liquid eyeliner!
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Lotte.
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2009 01:31:42 AM »

Thanks, nice tut - I'm horrible with liquid eyeliner!

I know it's not my tute (great eyelinercolor by the way <3) but I've recently had some lessons at being a makeupartist for stage (can't find the right english word) and I've found the KEY to practicing liquid eyeliner:

Do it on someone else!

I've never been able to do it myself, up until the day I had to do it on someone else. Then it all started to make sense Wink and now I can finally do it.
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