I Line. You Line.

I Line. You Line.

This fall, bold colors and lines are the look. The good thing about this look is it is super easy to replicate and easy to change from a day to night makeup. The day look is a simple lining of the upper and lower lash line, perhaps a cat eye. To update this for night, just make the lines bolder and more brazen.

This fall, bold colors and lines are the look. The good thing about this look is it is super easy to replicate and easy to change from a day to night makeup. The day look is a simple lining of the upper and lower lash line, perhaps a cat eye. To update this for night, just make the lines bolder and more brazen.

Our makeup gives you the option of turning any color into an eyeliner. Just take your color and mix it with a little bit of iLine. The color we used in this instance was Committed, a deep blue.

Then after mixing your color with the iLine, take your Walk the line brush (excessive use of the word line sorry) and twist it in the color.

You then want to run the brush along the lashline on both the upper and lower lashline. If you don’t have a steady hand, run the brush on top of your eyelashes in one smooth motion. This will prevent ‘drags’ in the line and give it that smooth polished look. If you choose to do a bright color for your line, try to soften the rest of the eye (again only for the day look, at night go wild). If you want the color to be a solid block around your eyes you can take your brush and use the same color on the waterline. We used a white in the waterline to accent the white on the eyelid in this case.

 

It might be easier to do the rest of the eye look and wait to do the line last, but if you suffer from shaky hands, we advise doing the line first. That way if you mess up you can just take some oil-free eye makeup remover and correct as needed.

There you have it, a super easy look for the fall. Go crazy.

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