THE CLAS­SIC LINER

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1 CRE­ATE A BASE

Draw a thin line as close to your lash line as pos­si­ble so there’s no gap. Start at the mid­dle of your eye and grad­u­ally go to­wards the outer cor­ner. Now, go back to the in­ner cor­ner and draw a line to where you started.

2 ADD STRUC­TURE

If you want a thicker line, go back to the mid­dle again, cre­at­ing a thicker stripe to­wards the outer cor­ner. (Lean your el­bows on the ta­ble to keep your hands steady.) Go back to the in­ner cor­ner of your eye and re­peat as above. Keep in mind that the thick­ness will grad­u­ally in­crease from the in­ner cor­ner to the mid­dle – the mid­dle should al­ways be the thick­est part of your line.

3 JUST WING IT

Place a dot where you want your wing to end on both sides. Use the outer edge of your eye­brow as a guide. Open your eyes and look straight in the mir­ror to make sure the dots are in the same place on both sides. Ex­tend the line from the outer cor­ner of your eye to meet the dot. Go over the liner one more time to en­sure that it’s dense and per­fect. Fin­ish o„ by dip­ping a cot­ton bud into makeup re­mover to clean up the shape for more de­fined edges.

El­iz­a­beth Ar­den High Drama Eye­liner R285

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