Ready to improve your eyeliner game? You’ve got to diversify! From kajal to felt tips and beyond, there's an amazing variety of eyeliners out there. Whether you're going for a smoky eye, cat eye, mod style, or natural look, you need to know how to find the right tools for the job.
Even if you already have your go-to favourite eyeliners, it's important to know how to use each one to get the best results. For a quick and easy lowdown on every type of eyeliner, here's your ultimate guide.
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Your first eyeliner experience was likely with a wooden liner pencil. Pencils are cheap, easy to use, and ultra-blendable. Although you can layer pencil eyeliners, you can’t get a jet-black or super-straight look.
Annoyed with always having to sharpen your eyeliner? A mechanical eyeliner crayon is used similarly to a wooden pencil. However, the former's self-sharpening tip makes lines a bit darker and more defined, so it’s quite versatile.
Want a dark, matte look? Marker-like felt-tip liners are easy to use and give you smooth lines.