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Applying eyeliner is one of the most basic beauty skills, but often one of the hardest to master. Miriam Behar is a professional ...
makeup artist in Miami. In this video, she teaches how to apply eyeliner professionally.
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How to Apply Eyeliner
On behalf of TVLesson.com my name is Miriam Behar. I’m a licensed aesthetician, makeup artist and certified lash stylist in South Florida.
In this clip, I'm going to show you how to apply eyeliner. So, you want to tilt your head back a little bit so that you can see the area we’re you’ll be applying to and maybe use one of your fingers to keep your eyelids steady while you’re working.
So, let’s start on the outer corner. And we’ll move towards the inner corner of the eye just sketching a little bit very close to the lash line. Just remember to be very gentle in the eye area, so you don’t cause any tearing. And then we’re going to go back over it with an angled brush, like this working from the inner corner to the outer corner.
And then you can always turn it up at the ends more if you want a bit of a cat eyed look but for myself, I like to keep it just stopping at the edge of the eye and just sketching from the inner corner to the outer corner of the eye. And then you can do the same thing on the other eye too. And then you finish with the brush. And this really makes the edges soft and nice and diffused so you don’t have a stopping and a starting point. It doesn’t look like you drew on your eyes with the marker. It just looks really nice and blended.
And then you just want to check your work. And I can see I need to add a little bit more here because this eyelid stands out a little bit more than this one. And that’s how to apply eyeliner.
On behalf of TVLesson.com this is Miriam Behar. Thanks for watching.