Get a Perfect cat eye for your eye shape

 

When it comes to eyeliner, it is very difficult to create a perfect cat eye. mostly some use the winged shape to make their eyes more attractive, but there are certain tricks that you can use for different eye shapes. firstly you have to understand your specific eye shape than you can use eyeliner easily.so here are some of the amazing and interesting tips and techniques!

1. MONO LIDS

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To create this look, place the tip of the eyeliner on the lash line at the pupil then draw to the outer corner. this is such a pretty eye shape, which looks stunning with a cat eyed look eyeliner flick.which can be thick or thin as you like it.

2. ALMOND EYES

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first apply eyeliner on the inside of the lower lash line, then use a small angled liner brush to creates the winged liner. then start dotting the mascara along the skin, for creating the textured effect.

3. SMALL EYES

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To create this effect, use a fine liner brush and a pot of black liner. use an angled brush to draw a line from the middle of the bottom lash line. next use a skin tone colored eyeliner inside the water line to make the eyes larger and brighter.

4. WIDE SET EYES

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Trace your lash line close to your lashes and wing it slightly at the outer corner to balance out the inner liner. try not to extend the liner out at the outer corners, instead creating a small flick upwards.

5. ROUND EYES

IMG_3898Starting from the outside using an angled brush and cream liner, then draw at a downward angle toward the eyes outer corner. then apply the liner inwards, this will make your eyes pop.

6. DOWNWARD SLANTING EYES

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To get a look use cream eye shadow and slant tip brush to create a thick cat eye applying your eyeliner from the inner corner to the outer corner in a thin line. for the wing draw your eyeliner out.

Hope you like it and use eyeliner according to your different eye shape to make your eyes look attractive, pretty, and more beautiful.

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