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GPM Make-Up: How To Draw The Perfect Eyeliner

The perfect cat eye-liner is ever fashionable, very flattering for most eye shapes and delivers a sultry, mysterious look even when the rest of your make-up remains low key. You can use any color pencil or gel eye liner to achieve this look.

Here are 6 easy steps to achieving the perfect cat eye.
Step 1: starting at the middle of your upper lid, begin drawing a line as close to your lashes as possible. A good cat eye is not the same width all the way across; it begins with a thin line and gets thicker towards the end of the eye. To create a more dramatic look, make this line thick, or draw a thin line for a simple look. Also, when drawing the line you should consider the ideal shape that suits your eyes.

Step 2: Starting from the inner corner of your eye and moving towards the line you just drew, draw a fine line. When drawing this line, don’t pull your skin because it may seem like a cool idea and make you think the lines would be easier to draw, but this is actually not the case.

Step 3: To create the wing for the cat eye, draw a line from the last lash outwards. you can decide the length and angle to which you want the wing to be. If you are a beginner on the cat eye journey, the easiest way to do this is by holding a brush against the side of your nose and lining it up with the outer corner of your eye and the end of your eyebrow. This would show you the angle you should be aiming for.

Step 4: After drawing your wing, draw a line back to your upper lash line. This should create an empty triangle on your upper lid. To make your eyeliner thick, draw a bigger triangle, ending at the middle part of your lash line and color in the triangle with your pencil

 Step 5: Finish off this very sexy and trendy look with 2-3 coats of black mascara

Don’t feel pressured or sad when you don’t get the cat eye liner when you try at first. Practice makes perfect!

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