How to Apply Eyeliner Under Lower Lashes

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Eyeliner under the lower lashes is best applied by gently pressing the product into the lash line using a brush and cream liner, which allows for more control. Apply eyeliner subtly under the lower lashes with beauty advice from a certified aesthetician in this free video on makeup.

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Hi, I'm Kelli. I'm an aesthetician and makeup artist at Ulta Salon and Cosmetics, and I'm going to show you how to apply eyeliner under the lower lashes. I like to work with a cream eyeliner. I feel like you have a little bit better control -- you apply it with a brush. It goes on a lot easier, and it also sets in 60 seconds, so you have much better staying power. So what you're going to do if you're going to apply your liner to your lower lashes -- just look straight up for me -- is you're actually going to take your brush, go right under the lashes, and you're just going to kind of press it through that lash line. The whole purpose of your eyeliner is to make your lashes appear thicker and fuller and to define the eye, so you don't want anything too thick, especially under the lower lashes. If you do anything too thick, especially if it's a darker color, it's going to end up pulling the eye down and it's going to give you a tired appearance or it can...if you have a tendency to suffer from darkness around the eye, it's going to make your eyes appear like they have more of a shadow. So again, you just want to kind of press it through. It makes it a lot easier to apply, too, if you don't focus on drawing one long, continuous line. Also, some of your liners, such as this cream liner, are inner-rim friendly, so if you want more of a defined look, you can actually go through and put a little bit right in the inner rim, and that'll give you a more defined look as well. So that's how you would want to apply a liner to your lower lashes.


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