Awesome Eyeliner Tutorials You Need to Try

1 Use Black Liner and Glitter to Create Dramatic Look


Use Black Liner and Glitter to Create Dramatic Look: We’ve been so busy around here that we haven’t shared enough of our red carpet work with you lately, but today I’m happy to break down how I did Rachel Bilsons eye makeup last week for the premiere of her new film The To Do List (a hilarious must-see with your friends this weekend!). Because [] (via The Beauty Department)

2 Double Decker Eyeliner


Double Decker Eyeliner: Just when you thought we had run out of eyeliner looks, we come up with a new way to wear one of our favorite color cosmetics… (via

3 Cat Eye with a Twist


Cat Eye with a Twist: We’ve had so much fun with the ombr trend (revisit our Ombr Lip Tutorial and our Ombr Stain Mani Tutorial) that I couldn’t help myself with this fun and flirty graduated liner look! Make sure to choose three liners from the same color family. I chose Aquamarine but you could do grey to black, lilac to [] (via The Beauty Department)

4 Emerald Green Cat Eye Liner


Emerald Green Cat Eye Liner: Here’s a short and sweet tutorial for you, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!  I find that some people want to try out colour in their makeup, but just don’t know how to do it in baby steps. Whe… (via Glitter Geek)

5 Rainbow Eye Liner


Rainbow Eye Liner: Rainbow bright! We were so inspired by the colorful trend, we decided to re-create the multi-hued liner you all loved so much. Keep reading for a step-by-step tutorial on this vibrant look! (via Beautylish)

6 Little Pick Me Up – Lilac Love


Little Pick Me Up – Lilac Love: For those of you who either dont feel comfortable wearing makeup every day or don’t always have the time, this little trick might be for you! Why? Because the complementary color to purple is yellow, so the lilac corrects any sallow yellowness and instantly brightens and wakes up the eyes. It also pairs perfectly with [] (via The Beauty Department)

7 Gradient Winged Eyeliner


Gradient Winged Eyeliner: Just when you get comfortable with your liquid eyeliner, the beauty world throws something new your way. This season, its gr… (via

8 Cat Eye Stylized


Cat Eye Stylized: This eye is inspired by all of the gorgeous creatures from the feline family! Ok hear me out. Tigers, leopards and cheetahs all have black rims around their eyes that really frame them. But its more than that. We can all rim our eyes with a black pencil (still one of my favorite looks!). And [] (via The Beauty Department)

9 Tightlining


Tightlining: Tightlining is good for those who don’t want to look too done. Dot liner in between your lashes above your waterline for subtle definition. (via Painted Ladies)

10 Oh Hey Big Eyes – The Underlid Pop


Oh Hey Big Eyes – The Underlid Pop: For something so simple, a pop of color along the underlid makesquite animpact.For demonstration purposes I’m showing the how to on my fellow blogger Taye Hansberrys normal-sized eyes(check out her fashion blog here!), but this is especially great for those of us with monolids or smaller eyes. Either instance,opting for a colored liner or shadow on your [] (via The Beauty Department)

11 Winged Eyeliner


Winged Eyeliner (via A Vintage Affair with Beauty)

12 Party Makeup


Party Makeup: Looking for something fun and different to try this weekend? Why not add a little highlight to your cat eye by calling upon its twin counterpart! You might remember when I did this look on Lauren Conrad back on the red carpet back in 2011 from our Double Liner Story anyway, its much more wearable [] (via The Beauty Department)

13 Use Glitter to Create a Pretty Line


Use Glitter to Create a Pretty Line (via veckorevyn)

14 Inner Liner Longevity


Inner Liner Longevity: How oh how can we keep the inner waterliner from fading fast? Its a tough one, because our eyes are meant to stay wet, so the pencil that we’ve traced along our inner rims is constantly rubbing against our wet eyes every time we blink. Sigh but I can share this little trick that does seem to make [] (via The Beauty Department)

15 To Impress – Get Scalloped


To Impress – Get Scalloped: We continue our Why Not? Series with this fun one that will really wow your friends! Its such a playful and creative take on winged-out liquid liner and easy to do with this DIY stencil. After trying to make the scalloped edge with a hole puncher {too small} or drawing it freehand {might work for [] (via The Beauty Department)

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