I think you’d agree that we are all used to applying black and brown eyeliners. In the winter season I use a white eyeliner from my kit more and more. Alot of my clients want me to create a wide eyed make up look, to achieve this I apply white eyeliner along their lower and upper water line. Black eyeliner makes eyes look smaller compared to white which does the opposite as it extends from the white of your eye ball. If you don’t have a white eyeliner you could try Rimmel Soft Khol Kajal White Eye Pencil (£2.99).
White Eyeliner Top 5 Tips
- Before you apply the eyeliner make sure that you sharpen the pencil for hygeine reasons
- Warm it up on the back of your hand so that the end is not sharpe.
- It will be easy for you to to line your waterline if you wear contacts as you are used to having something close to your eye. Rest your elbow and try to look straight in the mirror, take your time and use small strokes
- If like me you love enhancing your upper lids with black eyeliner, simply apply the white eyeliner to your lower lash line. Avoid mixing white and black as the effect won’t look clean
- Finally smudge it into your tear duct to disguise any redness, especially if you are tired. Easy to do with a cotton bud or a small eye shadow brush.
You could also apply the white eyeliner to the top of your cupid bow to enhance your lips, if you love picking up make up tips or learning how to apply make up like a professional make up artist, why not book an individual make up lesson in Manchester, perfect to ask for as a christmas present or for some pampering in the New Year!