Eyeliner for Every Type of Eyes Shapes

Here are some tips to applying the perfect eyeliner to complement your eyes.

ROUND EYES

Round eyes are usually large and wide. If you can see white above or below your iris when you look straight ahead, you have round eyes. Try lining the outer edges of your lash line or have a long winged liner look.

 

ALMOND EYES

These eyes are extremely desired and classy looking. Winged liners are one of the best look to complement the curves of your eyes. Take note if you have small eyes the line has to be thin and if your eyes are thick you can opt for thicker lines.

 

SMALL EYES

Small eyes are proportionally smaller than your nose and your mouth. Try to not apply dark liner to your bottom water line as it will make your eyes look smaller. Go for a thin line on your top lash line and outer corner of your bottom lash instead to gently frame your eyes. Also tight line your upper lash line for extra definition.

 

BIG EYES

Big eyes is the exact opposite of small eyes. The eyes are proportionally larger than the rest of your facial features. People with large eyes are lucky as they can opt for many liner looks. Go mad with winged liner, cat eyes, tight lines or even just lining your bottom lash line. Doesn’t matter, your eyeliner would look great.

 

CLOSE-SET EYES

Close set eyes are when the gap between the inside corner of your eyes are very near each other. Focus on the outer corners of your eyes and apply your liner thinly at the inner corner and thicker at the outer corner, taking the line a bit longer than your lash line. When you’re working on the inner corners, avoid lining all the way to your tear duct as this will emphasize the closeness of your eyes.

 

WIDE-SET EYES

Wide gap eyes are the opposite of close set eyes. Having wide-set eyes means the focus would have to be on the inner corners of your eyes so your eyes seem closer together. Avoid extending your liner past the outer corner of your eye as that would make your eye look further apart than it already is.

 

DEEP SET EYES

Deep set eyes have very prominent brow as the eyes are set deep into the skull. Try to not draw a thick line and smudging your liner on top of your lash line as this may cause your eyes to look even more sunken and smaller. Instead, draw a thin line as close to your lash line as possible, and only line the outer half of your eye. Try finish off the look with a thin line on your bottom lash line.

 

PROMINENT EYES

Prominent eyes bulge outwards from the eye socket which gives you lots of eyelids. Create an illusion of smaller lids by using thick liner

Prominent eyes bulge outwards from the eye socket, meaning that you’d have a lot of your eyelids visible to line your top lash line. Feel free to apply from corner-to-corner, too. There are no hard-and-fast rules when it comes to your bottom lash line – play around and see what you prefer.

 

MONOLIDS

Monolids are when you have a flat lid with no crease. This lid is more commonly found on Asians. Line your top lash line, starting thin in the inner corners and gradually becoming thicker as you go along. Monolids are able to work with dramatic wing liners and cat eye look.

 

HOODED LIDS

Hooded lids are when your eyelid droops over the crease when your eyes are open. The folding of the lid may cause your eyes to look smaller. Use the liner to make your eyes look bigger by thickening your lash base by applying liner between the roots of your lashes and be sure to apply your liner thicker at the outer corner of your eye.

 

Sources: https://www.beautyheaven.com.au/makeup/mascara-eye-liner/how-to-apply-eyeliner-for-eye-shape-13457

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