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Eyeliner for your wedding day!
To me, eyeliner is a must have, it frames and defines the eyes. This adds such a beautiful enhancement to the eyes. As a bride, you have to feel comfortable to every element of all the makeup. An eyeliner does not have to be black, using a brown adds a softer frame than a black or a softer and subtle look can be created with eyeshadows that act like an eyeliner.
Should you tightline on the inner rim of the eye? This all depends on how comfortable you are and with the look you want to achieve and the shape of your eyes.
I love elongated or slightly winged eyeliner for a lifted look to the eyes, as well as a smudged eyeliner but it all varies depending on the eye look and ofcourse the shape of the eyes.
If you have small eyes, lining the eyes on the lower water line can actually make them look smaller and slightly more closed. A great tip is to line with a flesh coloured eyeliner in the inner rim of the eyes. For bigger eyes, eyeliner on the waterline or inner rim of the eye can look great, it looks alluring and beautiful! I would always finish with an application of lower lash line mascara. There are so many different techniques when it comes to the application of eyeliner. Hazel eyes suit a purple or plumb eyeliner.
The eye makeup here on Kirsty, looks well balanced with a really nice amount of definition. Kirsty has amazing eyes and it was a pleasure to carry out these beautiful enhancements. Thank you @bloomwoodphotography for capturing the makeup in this fabulous photo 💕💕💕 #eyeliner#eyemakeup#eyemakeuptutorial#mua#makeuplooks#makeup#makeupartist#makeuplook#bridesmakeup#makeupforwedding#mualife#eyelinertutorial