FO­CUS H E RE

Liner on the run­way was as ubiq­ui­tous as su­per­mod­els shop­ping in SoHo.

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

LINE IT UP This is no time to ex­er­cise re­straint with your eye makeup, es­pe­cially in the liner cat­e­gory. Whether you hover it in the lid crease, wing it with mil­i­tary pre­ci­sion (go, you), fix it tightly in the wa­ter line or layer it on (a lit­tle too) heavy and smudgy, it’s all good. Just aim an eye­liner in the di­rec­tion of your face and go for it. TRIPLE PLAY At Rag & Bone in NYC, makeup artist Gucci West­man used a cream and two liq­uid lin­ers to add depth to the solid black base­line. “I thought it was cooler to do a weird shape that was slightly un­ex­pected,” says West­man. “It’s more of a straight, thick line, and it fin­ishes above the lash line at the end. It doesn’t curve down.”

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