Tightlining your eyes is an easy way to give the illusion of fuller, darker lashes. The idea may scare some people, but it's really quite easy. Here's how:
When it comes to tightlining, I prefer to use gel liner, because it’s not as tough or abrasive as regular liner. So begin by warming up your gel liner to melt the product down a bit for easier application. Gently pushing your eyelid back, line your upper waterline. All you are doing is simply applying liner to the underside of your lash line, as opposed to over it.
To form a perfect and accurate line, practice your brush strokes ahead of time. I recommend practicing on the inside of your forearm where the skin is the smoothest. Once you are ready, create a precise line with your eyeliner brush through a series of many short, thin brush strokes. That's it!
Do you ever tightline your eyes? What are your tips for doing so?