The eyes play one of the most important roles in makeup, with your eyeliner either making or breaking the entire look. Before attempting to do anything-it’s necessary to first know and understand your eye shape.
ALMOND EYES: For this eye shape; opt for an eyeliner with a creamier consistency. Since this eye shape tends to be more symmetrical, it can handle any liner look, but the easiest technique is to follow
the natural shape of the eye, while building thickness towards the outer half.
DOWNTURNED EYES– Using a bright pencil liner, draw on a very thin cat eye, flicking the end up towards your temples to create a little lift at the outer corners of your eyes. Keeping the tail short also helps the look remain visible when you smile while leaving your lower lash bare, so it doesn’t compete with the top.
With round eyes opt for an elongated look which you can
with extended wing liner. Keep the lie on the inner corners thin and that of the outer, thicker.
MONOLIDS: When lining your top lash line, start off making it significantly thicker as you extend past your outer corner. this way the look remains fully visible when you open your eyes.
HOODED LIDS: Go for thicker liner toward the outer corners, making sure the liner is as close to your lashes as possible- thin, simple lines can get easily lost when your eye is open (due to less eyelid space) and any liner that’s too heavy may make the eye look small. If you’re creating a cat-eye, it’s important to make the wing thicker at the outr corner before filling it in, so it keeps it flick shape when eyes are open.