Pick the right eyeliner for you
If you're like most women, then eyeliner is probably among your collection of African American skin care products in your makeup bag. However, how do you know if you're using the right one? While there are many articles that help women find the right foundation or lipstick for them, eyeliner can be tricker. Recently, Styleite.com offered some tips for choosing the correct eyeliner.
Picking a Color
You should get out of the habit of only using brown or black eyeliner. The information provider recommended gray, green, purple and blue as other colors that can make your eyes pop.
Yahoo! states you should use your eye color to help pick the liner that's right for you. The news source recommended black for people with brown eyes, green for those with hazel eyes, and gray for people with blue eyes. Of course, everyone's eyes look differently, so you should play around and pick the liner that helps you look your best.
Avoid Eyeliner Mistakes
Styleite warned against common eyeliner mistakes.
"The most common mistake is to draw eyeliner too high, leaving a noticeable strip of skin between the lashes and the liner. To avoid this, work the pencil tip right in at the root of the lash. Start just in from the outer corner, and draw along the lash line toward the midpoint. Use short, feathery strokes or draw a series of dots and smudge them together," according to the news source.