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Eyeliner and eye pencils (along with mascara) are some of your most important tools when you want to add definition and character to the eyes. Liners draw attention to the eyes (even deep set eyes) and can help redefine eye shapes (for instance white liner on the lower inner eyelid can make eyes appear whiter and brighter, darker liner at the outer corners can create an elongated, exotic look).
Eye liner can come in several forms and can be applied in various ways. An angled eye liner brush can be used to apply both cake liner and pencil liner (pencils can also be used directly on the eyelid and then blended afterwards with a brush). Liquid liners can be applied with a finely tipped round liner brush or with a sponge applicator (most liquid liners come with their own applicator wand).
TIPS: - Hold your eye pencil or brush pointing in the direction most comfortable for you and draw in that direction as well. For example right handed artists are most likely to feel comfortable drawing a line from left to right. So draw from the outer corner of your client’s right eye towards the inner corner, and from the inner corner of their left eye outwards (reverse this if you are applying make-up to yourself)
- Eye pencils should glide smoothly over the eyelid. Sharpen your pencil to a fine point for precise work but warm and soften the point slightly by running it over the back of your hand to prevent the tip pulling and dragging the sensitive skin of the eyelid.
- If you find the pencil too soft and crumbly place the pencil in the freezer for a few minutes to harden it.