If you love blue eyeliner and already wear it then you know how amazing it can make your eyes look. Think awake, clearer and brighter. However, if you’ve been on the fence about trying it there might be a good reason. Maybe you think it would be a little too overpowering? Perhaps, but then again this photo might have you thinking differently about trying out a little bit of blue perfection. Take a look…
A visually striking eyeliner design.
This is one of the most stunning examples of winged eyeliner and what makes it so visually interesting is the blue used on the top eyelid and the slightly green eyeliner on bottom lid.
How do you wear this? Pair it with a sunny copper eyeshadow to really set it off. Of course you don’t have to wing it out so far or add any fishtails. You could simply wear it like you normally would.
Go ahead and break out of your makeup rut. Add a new eyeliner style to your favorites and rev it up with a little color. Are you wondering which products to use? Here a few favorites. Pick a pencil or liquid, whichever you prefer, and get started. Don’t expect to pull off a new design perfectly. It might take a few applications to get it right but once you get the hang of it I bet you’ll love wearing blue as much as I do.
Top Picks For Amazing Eyes
L’Oreal Paris HiP Studio Secrets Professional Color Truth Eyeliner Navy
Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye liner in Blue Ribbon
Jane Iredale Pencil Crayon in Midnight Blue
Maybelline NewYork Define-a-line eyeliner in navy blue
Blinc Eyeliner in Dark Blue
TIGI Bed Head Perfect Eyeliner for Women in Blue
You’ve got six great shades to choose from. If you have any difficulty then make sure to read the professional makeup tips on the page below. Try them out and then choose a few different styles to see which one you like best.
If you have any problems, remember you smudge the eyeliner and give yourself a smokey eye makeup look.
What if it doesn’t work for you?
Sometimes no matter what you do your makeup just doesn’t come out right. You might be having a difficult time getting the line straight and now you’re stuck with a bit of a mess. How do you correct an eye makeup mistake? You can do it either by using an eye makeup remover, smudging the line, or applying eyeshadow in the same color over it. I prefer the last option because it’s the easiest.
To cover up eyeliner mistakes try using a a gorgeous blue metallic eyeshadow and create a smokey eye with it. Take the eyeshadow and use it over your entire eyelid up to the crease. That’s the easiest way. Then make sure to use several coats of mascara. You can do a slightly smudged line along your bottom lashes.