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  • Kimberly Wright

    HOW TO Tightline Eyes with Pencil or Gel Eye Liner This is a GREAT site for makeup tips and videos!

  • Stacy Alexander Grissim

    Have you ever heard of tightlining? Me either but I have heard of lining your upper and lower lash line, however this is a bit more complicated. Basically, you put eye liner whether gel or pencil in between each lash in your lash line. It's a fabulous way to add great definition to your lashes without looking like you're actually wearing a thick layer of liner. It's easy to become a huge fan of this look. From Beautylish, I found the instructions on how to get this look: HOW TO Tightline Eyes with Pencil or Gel Eye Liner 1.Using clean fingers, gently lift your lashes upward (this step is only necessary if you find it easier to tightline). You'll see tiny gaps between your lash hairs, which you'll be filling in with eye liner. 2.Using either a gel or pencil eye liner, lightly dab the eye liner in between each individual lash (as close to the root as possible), to fill in your lash line and make it look fuller. Start at the the inner and work to the outer corner of your eye. Congratulations, you've officially tightlined your eyes! 3.To intensify the look, tightline your bottom lash line as well. It's the same concept as the top, but you'll be filling in the space between your lower lashes.

  • Alexis Caletka

    Tightlining is a great technique that makes eyes pop like there's no tomorrow. Many women find it difficult at first but if you're new to tightlining just take your time and be patient because I promise it does get easier. Also, you don't need a special tightlining product, just make sure to use a liner that works with your eyes. I personally love the Buxom Lashliner in Leatherette. It's is a gel eyeliner applied with any small liner brush and the color lasts all day. I have beyond super sensitive eyes and have never had a problem :) 1. Using clean fingers, gently lift your lashes upward (this step is only necessary if you find it easier to tightline). You'll see tiny gaps between your lash hairs, which you'll be filling in with eye liner. 2. Using either a gel or pencil eye liner, lightly dab the eye liner in between each individual lash (as close to the root as possible), to fill in your lash line and make it look fuller. Start at the the inner and work to the outer corner of your eye. 3. To intensify the look, tightline your bottom lash line as well. It's the same concept as the top, but you'll be filling in the space between your lower lashes.

  • Victoria Brown

    makeup technique, called tight-lining. instead of applying eyeliner above the eyelashes which makes it awkward and smudgy, apply it between the eyelashes making them look fuller and more natural

  • Priscilla Hernandez

    How To Tightline Eyes ... Tight-lining your eyes (also known as the "invisible eye liner") is a great way to add a subtle definition to your eyes. Instead of lining the skin above your lashes, you line between the lash line. This method is perfect for any casual or fancy occasion, and is super easy to master. Can be done with black shadow or gel liner.

  • Kathi Taylor

    tight lining eye liner aplication. I really like this way of applying eyeliner. Very cool.

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