How To Apply Eyeliner
Eyeliners : Types and Uses
Women always look to see us fashion, feminine and delicate, and nothing more "girly" that makeup. And it is undeniable, cosmetics can not go outside the life of any of us, you know, help us to multiply our attractive.
No doubt the king of all beauty products, is the eyeliner. They say that a look can say everything, and what better if the eyes are framed with perfect makeup. Whether you're looking to get a natural, alluring, or glamorous professional, you always have to resort to this blessed ally.
All know this beauty experts, so we are bombarded every day with new colors, textures and varieties. So much so, we take a simple catalog and we like all models, but do not know which to choose.
There are Basically 4 Different Types of Eyeliner :
Ideal if you're just entering the world of makeup. They apply very easily and are soft. There are dozens of colors: You'll want them all! They are very practical and recommended for use during our daily sessions and for those occasions when we get a natural look. Yes, be careful to use translucent powder under the eyes. Avoid smearing your makeup, as often happens with these types of eyeliner.
Apply as pencil version, except that they do not need to be sharp, just a simple twist. They are creamy and delicate texture.
If you have more trained hand, this is perfect. Get a dramatic and sexy look deeper and you can use to innovate different makeup techniques. Ideal for use at night and at parties. While, the variety of colors is not as extensive as pencils, you can find other models such as waterproof and glitter.
This type of eyeliner is frequently used by beauty professionals, but is slowly picking up followers. It is, as its name says, a creamy version of the eyeliner, which is applied with a brush. It is much easier on your eyes and is excellent for creating the smoky effect.
Knowing this, you just subtract fun choosing your favorite combination. To me, I love them, if colors are much better. What about you which you like better ?