How to Choose the Right Eyeliner

27 May 2018
How to Choose the Right Eyeliner

Eyeliner can work wonders for your look. It can entirely change the shape of how your eyes look if applied evenly. Eyeliner is a must to create a sophisticated look for a night out or even for office.
But not everyone can apply eyeliner so easily and in no time. Gone are the days of eye pencil and liquid eyeliners. Today it’s the era of gel liners.
Here’s everything you need to know about all the various types of eyeliner—and how to choose the right one for you.

Pencil Eyeliner 
Applying eyeliner evenly can be a big task for few. Pencil eyeliners can be of great help to you as it creates less room for mistake and are easy to apply.

    • Whether you want smoky eyes or a naturally bold look all can be drawn on your eyes with the help of a pencil eyeliner.
    • So these are the factors that will help you choose the right pencil liner for your eyes
    • Eye pencils of varying thicknesses can be useful depending on whether you want a thin or thick line
    • Some pencils will come with a sharpener, so that you do not have to search for one when the tip begins to get dull. Some may come with a lid for easy storage
    • The softer the pencil is the easier it will be to blend it, such as if you are creating a smoky look

            Liquid Eyeliner
            Liquid eyeliner is great for creating clean lines that swoop or flick. It’s for looks that require delicacy and preciseness.
            But it comes with its own cons if you have a unstable hand while applying the liner. Requires time and precision, needs time to dry and can flake over time.
            It comes in a variety of forms; for our money, we find that pens with marker-type tips are easier to use than the small vials with attached nail polish-like brushes. Draw the shape you want with the brush or applicator, then fill it in.

            Gel Eyeliner
            Gel eyeliners are the easiest one to use. Perfect for the beginners.
            Easy to control, quick precision and great for thick lines. However the only problem with them is that they can be a bit heavy on your pockets than the liquid and pencil eyeliners.
            Also, Gel eyeliner tends to dry out , which is annoying, and if you misplace your brush you’re basically screwed. You also have to clean the brush regularly to avoid eye infections, too, which is just another chore.
            May your coffee be hot and your eyeliner be even!!

            Posted By: Salon Buddies Published: 27 May, 2018