Eyeliner Styles πŸ–Œ You Can ✌🏼 Wear for Any Occasion πŸ“† ...


Eyeliner application is getting a lot of attention these days, with the new trends of winged liner and double winged liner.

So how do you know which style is right for which occasion?

There is a lot of variation on how you can do your eyeliner to fit in for a party, your job at the office or a fun day of shopping with friends.

Of course, there are no hard and fast rules so feel free to experiment with these ideas to find the ones that you love best.

Have fun and let me know how it all works out for you!

1. The Double Flick Style is Great for Drama

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Also called double wing liner, the double flick style is really fun and is the perfect way to add drama to your look for nighttime.

A simple double line with black is really easy to achieve and is great with your favorite LBD.

However, makeup artists are also quick to suggest trying two different colors, one on top of the other, to create something really different.

This idea is perfect for a cocktail party or an evening wedding.

2. The Luxe Look is Great for Just about Anything

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Applying eyeliner in the luxe style involves completely lining your eyes, top and bottom, connecting the lines at the inner and outer corners of your peepers.

Traditionally, this is done with black liner and emphasizes your eyes, making them look fresh and beautiful.

Of course, don’t be afraid to try this look with your favorite color, be it blue, purple, green or brown.

You’re going to love it!

3. Dropped Flick Liner is Something Really Different

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This style is simple and is a great choice for daytime or when you have to go to work.

The dropped flick liner is done by outlining your eye along the top lid, but dropping the liner at the outer corner of your eyes.

Again, any color you typically use is going to be great, but feel free to experiment too.

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