Use black liquid or gel eyeliner to draw a precise wing or cat-eye. First line your top lash line, then flick the liner upward and outward at the outer corner of your eye to create wings.
Black eyeliner is applied to the upper waterline. This technique defines the eyes without a line, making lashes thicker and eyes more vivid.
Line the upper and lower lash lines with black eyeliner and smudge with a brush or smudger. Mix black liner with darker eyeshadow for a smokey look.
Try dramatic black eyeliner shapes. Geometric lines, double wings, and exaggerated flicks let you express your creativity.
Apply black pencil eyeliner to the upper and lower lash lines, then blend and smudge with a smudging brush or cotton swab for a lived-in appearance.
Avoid the upper lash line and apply black eyeliner to the bottom waterline. This look gives eyes drama and depth, making them appear larger and more defined.
Use a traditional winged liner on the upper lash line and a little, precise black line or dot in the inner corner of the eye for an unexpected flair.
Apply a conventional winged liner along the upper lash line and a tiny wing slightly below it to create a distinctive cat-eye.