How Do Makeup Artists Apply Waterproof Eyeliner?


Many of us have dry eyelids, which makes us feel awful all the time. We can’t apply lubricants all the time because they contain too much oil and may seem as if we have applied cooking oil to our eyes. Here is the best solution to this problem. Waterproof eyeliner is a smart choice and a better solution than using some random lubricants all day. Waterproof eyeliner can help keep your eyes moisturized and beautiful all day long without making you feel terrible.

How to Prepare Your Eyes Before Applying Waterproof Eyeliner?

The most important thing before you put any Banffee Makeup eyeliner on your eyes is to prepare your eyes. We have a lot of natural oil in our eyelids, so we have to use a little bit of translucent powder or cream puff. Close your eye and apply the powder over the lid and underneath. This will absorb all the oil and prevent any lines from smudging. It will provide a great canvas, help you apply liquid eyeliner professionally, and make your eyes more beautiful. After using the powder or any foundation, you have to use a brush on your lid to get rid of the extra powder. Brush it downwards with a steady hand so you may not remove all the foundation/powder.

If you want enhanced shape and natural color for your customized eye, don't use the multi-color shades because these colors intend to give a dramatic look. If you are looking for a natural look, try using shades lighter than your original eyeshade. It will give you a natural and realistic look.

How Do You Apply Waterproof Eyeliner?

Here are the steps you can follow to apply waterproof eyeliner like a pro.

1. Prime Your Eyes

Before applying the waterproof eyeliner, you have to create a base/foundation on your eyelids for the eyeliner. It will give eyeliner a smooth look, and it will be easy for you to apply waterproof eyeliner.

2. Carefully Line Your Upper Lash Line

Eyelashes are very sensitive and can be damaged easily; while applying waterproof eyeliner, you must be extra careful and delicately use the eyeliner. If your upper eyelashes are long, you need to hold them gently and use waterproof eyeliner. Move the eyeliner close with your eyelids, creating the illusion of thickness.

3. Clean Up With A Cotton Swab

No one is perfect; if the eyeliner is speared on your eyes by mistake, don't panic. In a panic, people mostly ruin things rather than make them correct. Take a cotton swab, drop some coconut oil on the cotton, then gently rub the cotton on the eye to remove the extra waterproof eyeliner.

How to Keep Eyeliner from Smudging?

Even though you are professional, smudging can happen while applying waterproof eyeliner.

1. Wash Your Skin Before Applying Makeup

First, you need to wash your face with foaming jell. It will clean your face and hydrate your skin, make it smooth, and keep your eyelids moist for a short time.

2. Prep Your Eyelids

After washing the eyelid, clean it with tissue paper or cotton only. Please don't touch your eyelids with your hand as it will again make them oily.

3. Apply Waterproof Eyeliner

After cleaning your eyelids, you can apply the waterproof eyeliner with gentle hands so you don't damage your eyelids like most beginners.

4. Avoid your Waterline

Try to be vigilant while applying the waterproof eyeliner, especially if you are applying the waterproof eyeliner at the lower eyelids. If it touches your eyes, it can hurt, causing water to run through them.

How to Apply Waterproof Eyeliner on Your Lower Lash Line?

After you have learned how to apply the waterproof eyeliner on your upper lash, it's time to learn to apply the lower lash.

1. Start from The Outer Corner

Don't start eyeliner from the inner corner of your eyes. Start from the outer corner of the eyes to make the sharp edge.

2. Creating The Inner Corner

After creating the outer corner, move the eyeliner from the outside toward the inner corner of the eyes.

3. Creating the Center & Finalizing Touch

Once you have created the inner corner, it's time to focus on the center of the eye. The center of the eye is more prominent and needs to be thicker; on the other hand, the outer corner of the eye is used to create the shape of eyes like winged or cat eyes.

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