Make Your Own Eyeliner

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About: I have a YouTube channel where I post about makeup and other beauty/lifestyle videos. Website: www.jennajmac.com

Eyeliner can make your whole makeup look come together. Whether you want to wear a winged eyeliner, line your lower lash line, or add a pop of color, it can make your eyes really stand out.

On an everyday basis black eyeliner is pretty much a go to color, but it's always nice to add a pop of color for summer. In this instructable I will show you how you can make any color eyeliner you want, instead of going to the store to buy a whole bunch of colors.

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Step 1: What You Will Need

You will need:

1. An angled eyeliner brush

(preferably a thin brush so you can add color easily)

2. A white cream based eye pencil

(a regular white eyeliner will pull on your eye which can be painful. This jumbo eye pencil in "milk" is perfect because it is very creamy and easy to work with. The brand is NYX.)

3. Any eyeshadow color you want

Step 2: Apply White Eyeliner Base

Take your angled brush and apply some of the white eyeliner onto the brush.

Line your eye with the white eyeliner. If you choose to do a wing, an easy way of creating one is to angle the brush from the end of your bottom lash line to the end of your eyebrow, then connect the wing with the rest of the eyeliner. You can now control how thick you want your eyeliner to be.

Step 3: Choose Your Eyeliner Color

Choose any eyeshadow you would like to be the color of your eyeliner. Place the eyeshadow on top of the white eyeliner you applied, and you're done!

Step 4: You're Done!

Now you can create any color eyeliner you want to!

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    wilgubeast

    5 years ago on Introduction

    That looks good, but you might want to hop into the project editor once again to delete that empty step 5. Otherwise, pretty fantastic!

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    JennaJMacwilgubeast

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you, I've been trying to figure out how to delete that because I had it on my first instructable as well and I finally did. Thank you