4. Brow Framing
For L’Oreal makeup artist Sir John, concealer around the eyebrows "in any way" is a bust. "There's a misconception that in order to perfect brows, they need to be outlined with concealer, but you're only turning to concealer if you lack the confidence to draw on a perfect brow. Get rid of the training wheels and take the time to learn how to fill in brows," he noted.
5. Unnatural Bolding
According to Jeung, another thing to avoid when it comes to brows is making them too strong. "Lightly dust the eyebrow area with translucent powder before applying an eyebrow pencil with a precise pointed tip. Powder helps drawing on hair-like strokes and increases staying power," she advised.
6. Eye Makeup Fallout
Makeup artist Sarah Tanno suggested applying dark eye makeup before concealer. "It's better to start with the eye makeup so you can clean the fallout on the skin and then apply face makeup," she said. That way you don't have to worry about a concealer do-over or just having raccoon eyes.
7. Loose Lash Lining
Having eyeliner that's on point will pull together your entire look. According to Buckle, your liner should hug your lashes. "If you don't do this, it leaves a pale space between your lashes and pencil liner," he explained. "Tight-lining fills this space and makes lashes look fuller and makes your eyes really pop!"