Okay so there's a lot of ways to paint eyeliner, but we got a request from Kaki at GlitterObsession to show a proper angle of the eyeliner.
But please note that this is not the only angle to do your eyeliner. Depending on the result you can angle it in any direction.
A Cleopatra look for example goes out way much straighter from the corner of the eye, or if you want a super energetic look (like the german mom in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory) it flicks up in the much abnormal way.
But this is a good ordinary eyeliner.
Okay, let's hit it!
|I started with brows, and simple shadows to make the eyeliner stand out more.|
I've used Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin with Puzzle Cube from Shiro Cosmetics on top of that.
|To show you the angle in this case, I took my tweezer and angled it based on my waterline. This is the benchmark to go from.|
|The eyeliner in use is Precision Ink in Abyss from Illamasqua.Start with just one line to make sure to follow your angle from the waterline. I need to adjust mine.|
|So I painted a bit more under the line to get a proper angle.|
|Depending on how thick or long the eyeliner should be is up to you, but I chose to go a bit thick today. I like my eyeliner really thin the closer to the tear duct I get, but of course that's optional and sometimes depending on the shape of the eye.|
|I think I settle with this for today. Notice that I have shaped it up and made the flick more wing-like.|
|Fill in the whole area and then you'll see if there's any necessary touch up you must do.|
Here you'll see the shape of it when I'm looking down!
Sum up of products:
Primer - Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin
Shadows - The Legends Collection in Puzzle Cube from Shiro Cosmetics
Eyepencil - Snowflake from MUS
Eyeliner - Precision Ink Abyss by Illamasqua
Mascara - The Masquara In Raven from Illamasqua
Brows - Le Crayon Eyekohl Bronze from Lancome
Did anything make sense? Or do you have another point of view when it comes to the angle? Please let us know!
Otherwise I hope you'd find this useful!
Over and out!