Even eye color needs a bit of help at times. Eye liner is the finishing touch to your eye masterpiece that seals your look. Here are some ideas for the use of eye liner this spring.
You can change the shape and look of your eye without the need for plastic surgery. Just keep an easy to use eye liner handy to do the trick. Evok Wing Eyeliner anyone?
Getting the Look
One look that is in is the cat eye look. It is the trend with prescription eyewear and fashion sunglasses as well. With eye liner you can achieve a subtle upturn to the eye or a more dramatic one. The look plays well with natural, neutral make-up tones as well as splashes of color. Evok Wing Eyeliner makes it easier and quicker to get the best sexy cat eye look in seconds!
Subtle: After applying your eye make-up, grab your Evok Eyeliner. Stamp the wing diagonal to the end of your eyebrows and with the pen side of the eyeliner, go close to the lashes about halfway across the lid. Start to trace the lid line towards the outer edge of the eye. On the lower lid, begin at the middle of the lid line and move towards the outer edge of the eye.
Gaining momentum: You can grab the attention of everyone around you (even in the office) with this look. Instead of a tiny flick of the eye liner pencil at the edge of your upper lid, extend the line more towards the outer edge of your eyebrow line. Keep it clean and even. Avoid putting any eye liner on the lower lid.
Bring on the night: How about a double line for maximum effect? Extend your eyeliner with a thicker line along the crease where the outer edges of the upper and lower lids meet. Then add a second bold stroke that extends out from the eyebrow crease straight towards the edge of the brow, leaving a small space between the two lines. Another option is to create a bolder upward line by using a thicker eye liner stroke (easy with our Wing Eyeliner) across the upper lid and then carrying it upwards to a point at the outer edge of the brow. Again, neglect the lower lid to emphasize the eye.
Eye liner frames the eye in subtlety or boldness. Which will you choose this season?