Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Awesome Ways To Get Your Eyeliner On Fleek.

Eyeliner is an essential tool to most women's makeup routine. Some women like to apply it only to the bottom lash line, some like to apply it only to the upper lash line, some like to do both. You can draw it, shape it, angle it any way you want but it's usually just a simple line or wing and you're done.

I like to think of makeup as an art platform just like drawing or painting. You're blending colors and different mediums on your face to create an ultimate masterpiece. And the best thing about eyeliner: you can erase ANY mistake and start over again (as tiring it may be).

Conventional ways of wearing eyeliner can get boring if it's the same look you rock every day. Why not experiment with the liner to create new interesting looks? Look at some of the unique techniques below to help you get started.

#1. Instead of the conventional cat eye, exaggerate it by extending above the crease to create a supersize cat eye.

Instead of the conventional cat eye, exaggerate it by extending above the crease to create a supersize cat eye.

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#2. Using a silver eyeliner, add a silver line on top of a black-liner along the lashes for some glitz and shine.

Using a silver eyeliner, add a silver line on top of a black-liner along the lashes for some glitz and shine.

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#3. Wing both the top and bottom of you eyes to re-create this double-winged liner.

Use liquid eyeliner on top and pencil liner on the bottom so that there's a difference in texture.

Wing both the top and bottom of you eyes to re-create this double-winged liner.

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#4. To create a super minimal effect, draw just a tiny triangle at each outer corner.

To create a super minimal effect, draw just a tiny triangle at each outer corner.

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#5. Add a mix of glitter and black liner to the tear ducts and above your lash line for a sparkly edge.

Add a mix of glitter and black liner to the tear ducts and above your lash line for a sparkly edge.

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