The pencil eyeliner application tips given here will ensure that applying eye pencil ceases to be a challenge for you. Read on further and know how to apply eye pencil easily.

Applying Eye Pencil

The eyes of a person are amongst the first things that catch the attention of others and attract them towards him/her. This is the reason why most of the females pay special attention to their eye makeup. Amongst the other things that make the eyes look beautiful is eyeliner. It can definitely add to the beauty of the eyes. Though liquid eye liners work the best, pencil eyeliners are no way behind, when it comes to beautifying your eyes. In case you are looking for some tips regarding pencil eyeliner application, you have come to the right article. Read on further and know all about applying eye pencil.
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How to Apply Eye Pencil 
  • First of all, you need to choose the right eye pencil for yourself. Its color should be the one that compliments your eye color.
  • Next, make sure that the eyeliner is easy to apply. For the purpose, take different samples and draw a line on the back of your hand. The one that requires you to apply the least pressure is the best.
  • Take the pencil in your hand and stand in front of a mirror.
  • Close one eye. However, make sure not to hold it closed with your fingers or pull on the lid.
  • Place the tip of the pencil at upper-inner corner of your eyelid.
  • Moving the pencil outwards, draw a line as close to the lash line as possible.
  • If it is not possible for you to draw a straight line at a stretch, use short strokes.
  • The line that you draw should be thin on the inner corner of the eye and thicker on the outer corner. 
  • Now, place the pencil under the bottom lashes, at the outer corner of the eye.
  • Moving the pencil inwards, draw a line as close to the lash line as possible.
  • Again, make sure that the line on the inner corner is thin and on the outer corner, it is thicker.
  • If you want a softer look, you can smudge the line with the opposite end of the pencil or your fingertip. If not, the work is over with the previous step.

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