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Use your lash curler to get the perfect eyeliner sitch.The best forms of beauty

Eye Makeup Tricks – Must Know

5. Use your lash curler to get the perfect eyeliner sitch.

Aaaahh eye makeup!  It is indeed the most time consuming and fiddly part of makeup application. Over the years, working playing with makeup, I’ve also adopted some simple techniques that can save a lot of time – especially on those days where you want to look presentable but don’t quite have the time to spend on application.
So here are some of my favourite tricks which will not only save you time but also make you a mini makeup artist in your own right ;)
I’m definitely an advocate for curling the lashes.  It’s amazing what a difference they make to your overall look.  It’s this love of curled lashes that also helped me master this “2 for 1″ technique of lining the eyes as you curl them. It creates a soft, smudged-in look which is great for daytime.
You need: a pair of lash curlers and a soft eye pencil – just your regular eye pencil will be fine, as long as it’s easy to apply.

With your eye pencil, draw a thin line right along the edge of your lash curler; you can make the line as thin or thick as you like.
Make sure you get as close to your lashline as possible and press the base of the curler against your skin.  Squeeze and release the handle a few times to make sure the eyeliner smudges well into your lashline, and to help your lashes curl.
Voila! you not only curled your lashes but also lined them! It’s that easy!
The way your lash curler sits against your eyes is the most important thing; so if you miss any bits, just smudge and fill in the color with your brush.  I’ve always used either Kevyn Aucoin lash curler here or the Shu Uemura lash curler (available at select department stores) as both have the perfect curve to fit over most eye shapes
If you love thick voluminous lashes but don’t have the time to build up a million layers of mascara, or bother with false lashes, this trick is for you!  It’s the powder technique, which helps you achieve thickness in the lashes with just 2 coats of mascara – but the result is about as equivalent to 3-4 coats.
You need: your regular mascara and loose face powder (preferably mineral powder as they are finely milled and won’t clump up

Curl your lashes (here I kept the line from the Curl & Line method to show you the full effect).  Apply one coat of your mascara.
With a small fluffy brush, lightly dust some loose mineral powder over your lashes. Be careful not to get any in your eyes.
Apply your second coat of mascara and watch each strand thicken up before your eyes.
When the first coat of mascara is still wet/damp, dusting the powder over the lashes help them bind to the lashes and soak in.  So when you go in with the second coat, it helps build more volume than if you apply it over your natural lashes. 
 using cards, tape or sticky notes
Some of you probably know this well publicised trick but I had to include it as it never fails. Unless you’ve got your eyeshadow or liquid liner placement down pat, achieving a perfect edge or line (and matching both eyes!) can be quite a task.  If you have a guide to work off however, it really takes minutes to get a perfect finish.
You need: Eyeshadow or liquid/gel liner – depending on your choice.  Credit or business card, white tape or a sticky note.[read more]

So pretty, so easy. Inspired by our collaboration with Birchbox!
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