White eyeliner is pretty cool, if you know what you’re doing with it. The first time I realized white eyeliner was even a makeup product, I was clueless. After a little research, I found that not only can it be used for your eye makeup, but also on your lips! Additionally, by applying it as your base before any color, it’s a great way to make the color more vibrant. At this point, let’s discuss the five ways you can start using it today to rev up your makeup look.
The first way you can use white eyeliner is to use it on your lips! Yes, you read that correctly. You case it all over your lips like you’re applying it as your lipstick. There are two benefits to doing this: 1) Essentially changing your lip color from it’s natural color to white will make your lipstick shade (or whatever lip color product you’re using) more vibrant, and 2) for some people, it helps the lip shade product to stay in place for a longer period of time. Furthermore, you can also use it on your lips is to create an ombré lip look. This means that when you apply your lip color all over, it’s going to be lighter where the white has been applied. (Refer to photos on the right). Top with a bit of lip gloss for some extra shine!
Another way to use white eyeliner is in the inner corner of your eyes. Many people like to add a pop of color or brightness here, so putting the white eyeliner on first, and then putting the color over it, is one way to make it really stand out. You can also apply the white eyeliner all over your eyelid and near your eyebrow as ways to intensify the color you will apply over it.
Want to see this technique in action? If yes, then watch my quick video where I show you exactly where to use it, how easy it is, and the difference it can make. I even include a BONUS TIP with black eyeliner. Check it out!
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