How to Apply Gel Liner

Written by News Channel 2 on October 25, 2013. Posted in Best lip gloss, Cream or powder blush, Eyebrow tint

Applying face makeup

Did you know that even the Ancient Egyptians had antiwrinkle creams that they made from the gum of frankincense, wax, fresh morniga oil and cyprus that they mixed with fermented plant juice? Nowadays, our premium cosmetics are a bit more appealing, but they do have to replaced after six months lest they start to resemble that strange concoction.

The key to our modern makeup is in the application process. For example, of the three basic varieties of foundation, which are liquid, cream and powder, you need powder foundation for oily skin and dry skin. So to help you get that professional makeup look through proper application, this is how to apply gel liner!

The first step on how to apply gel liner is to gather the materials. Pick the color and shade of the liner that you want, and be care about choosing the applicator. The color should coordinate with your skin tone and your outfit. Temptalia, a makeup info site, suggests using MAC’s 208, which is a very thin, angled brush. You see, thinner brushes allow you to do both thin and thick lines.

For a solidly crisp line, you’re going to want to get the eyeliner between the lashes. To do so, look up to see how close the liner is to your lash line. If you’re hands are unsteady, try stabilizing yourself by resting your elbow, which help greatly.

Now that you’re all set to learn how to apply gel liner, the first thing you have to do in the actual application process is to create a winged tip by imagining your eyelashes extend up your eye. Then, line your upper lashes from the corner of your eye to where the wingtip starts. Next fill in any spots where you might have made mistakes, and you’re done!

Learning how to apply gel liner will give you a sexy option for when you want to go out. If you have any questions about how to apply gel liner, feel free to ask in the comments!

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