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Professional stylist Susan Bigsby shows you her favorite method for achieving that perfect lined eye.
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How to Put on Eyeliner
Hello, on behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm a professional stylish Susan Bigsby with SusanBigsby.com.
This class is Eyeliner 101. Most of my clients really struggle with the application of eyeliner because there are so many different ways of doing it. As we get older, the eye area gets a lot smaller and it's a lot trickier to put on your eyeliner.
My favorite method these days with eyes over 50 is the gel liner and there are several companies who make them. It's like a little paste and if you apply it with little brush, it really would stand the heat and humidity of warmer climate and if you are prone to be warm through the day, it really prevents that eyeliner from disappearing or smudging or ending up all over your face.
So let me show you some tips as how to apply it to yourself. I anchor my little finger on my cheeks so that I have more security. It really helps. Starting about the middle of the eye, I just sketch it right in the lash bed. As my eye is shaped, the key is open your eye as wide as you can and anchor your brushing your hand with your little finger. Then you start right about in the middle of the eye in the lash bed and did just little teeny strokes and continue to stroke until you meet the middle.
You have a perfectly straight line but if you have a tendency to get it a little quicker that you mess it up like we tend to do, take a Q tip and you want it tightly bound so it's not fussy. You take it right along the top of the eyeliner and voila! You have a perfectly lined eye.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Susan Bigsby. Thanks for watching