9 Eyeliner Looks All Ladies Need to Try ASAP for a Hot New Look ...

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I LOVE eyeliner! In fact, I can't imagine ever excluding eyeliner from my makeup routine and although the winged liner is my all time favourite, I do love trying out different styles every now and then. Check out this video by "naturallybellexo" with 9 different eyeliner looks! So apply some eye primer, get your gel liner out and let's get started.

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Simplicity

Simply follow the natural shape of your eye.Of course, you can go as thick or as thin as you like.

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Classic

On to the classic winged liner. Start with the first style and when you get to the end, simply wing out your liner as shown. Yes, this one takes some practise but it's so beautiful!

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To nail the classic winged liner, imagine drawing an invisible line from the outer corner of your eye towards the end of your eyebrow. This is where your wing should aim. Start thin on the inner eye and gradually thicken the line as you move outwards. Once you reach the outer corner, draw a small flick upward following your imaginary guide. Then, connect the tip of the wing back to your lash line to create a sleek, triangular shape. Remember, practice makes perfect, and a little patience goes a long way in achieving that sharp, iconic wing.

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Double Trouble

Time to get a little more creative! This one is a double winged liner look that is perfect for a night out.

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The double-winged liner adds a dramatic and alluring flair that guarantees to turn heads. Start by drawing your usual wing, then add a second line just above the crease of your eyelid, following its natural shape. Ensure both wings end at the same point to give a sharp, cat-eye effect. To really make this look pop, use a gel liner for a sleek finish, and don’t forget to load up on mascara to complement those bold lids. Whether you choose classic black or a pop of color, this look is sure to be a conversation starter!

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Basic

Start from the middle, stick as close to your lash line as possible and when you get to the end, drag the line down. Simple!

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This basic approach is perfect for beginners or anyone in a rush. It's a foolproof way to define your eyes subtly without overdoing it. Remember to keep the line thin to maintain that understated elegance. If you're feeling adventurous, a slight extension beyond the outer corner can add a classic, cat-eye flair. But for an everyday look, simply taper the line to a soft point in line with your natural eye shape. It's an effortless technique for an instant eye lift effect!

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Drama

As the name suggests, this one is pretty bold!

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Smooth

A simpler version of the winged liner that is perfect for an eyeliner noob.

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A simpler version of the winged liner that is perfect for an eyeliner noob, the smooth line is all about mastering the steady hand without the pressure of sharp edges. Glide your eyeliner pencil or brush along the lash line in a single fluid motion. It’s a fuss-free approach that offers a subtly defined eye suitable for daytime elegance or understated evening glam. Plus, it's a great base to build upon once you're ready to take your eyeliner game to the next level. Remember to keep it neat and close to the lashes for that sleek, polished finish.

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Bold

This one is thick, dramatic, and awesome!

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Fishy Tail

This one is absolutely adorable and I can't wait to try it!

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The Fishy Tail eyeliner look brings a whimsical twist that's both playful and chic. It's a small flick of liner at the outer corner of each eye, mimicking the tail of a fish, for a subtle nod to the ocean's charm. With a steady hand and a waterproof liner, create a tiny triangle that sails away from the standard winged liner. Add a touch of shimmery blue or seafoam green to truly embrace the aquatic vibe. This look is perfect for a fun day out or an enchanting evening by the seaside. Dive into this trend and watch the compliments stream in!

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Feline

In this look, you line both your upper and lower lashes, for a pretty cat eye look.

Don't forget the mascara! Which one was your favorite eyeliner look?

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