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Need eyeliner inspiration for a party? Look to the red carpet. Eyes were a major focus on the catwalks this spring/summer, with everything from sixties style dramatic eyeliner and lashes, to bold metallic eyes. The stars have been experimenting with every trend going.

To apply the perfect eyeliner, you'll just need a steady hand, a good mirror, and a few Q-tips to fix the smudges. 

The winged eyeliner make-up is perfect for any occasion, from everyday use, to the red carpet; it looks fabulous each time. It’s a classic, eye make-up that looks both glamorous and feminine.

First, mark your eyes with a pencil liner, to ensure the liquid liner will cover the areas without getting smudged.

You can create effects by making the line thicker in the middle, so that your eyes will look wider and almond shaped. Go classic, by starting from a thin line and going thicker toward the ends, or just apply the rock-style look that Amy Winehouse adopted, by accentuating the “wings”.

For an even more extreme look, you can use false eyelashes to emphasize the look and just plenty of mascara!

-Nargas Karimi

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  • Smudge brown pencil or gel or cream eyenlier right next to your lashline, curl your eyelashes, and use a dark brown mascara. You can change brown to a soft black. I personally think natural makeup means your skin needs to look great, so take care of it. Use a brightening concealer under your eyes and down your nose. Blend that in. You can conceal any blemishes with your regular concealer. Dab a cream blush on the apples of your cheeks. If you want, use a little cream or liquid highlight on your cupids bow, cheek bones, inner corners of your eyes, and brow bone. Set your whole face with a translucent powder. Use a little brown eyeshadow a couple shades darker than your natural tone to define your crease. Just blend it in with a fluffy blending brush. Use a tinted lip balm like Maybelline Baby Lips to moisturize and tint your lips. If you still find you are looking a little young, use a matte bronzer to contour your face and give you a more womanly defined look rather than a childs baby face look. Good luck! (:

    Posted by Maraz on 04/04/2014

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