We know just how to make your working week, your Saturday celebrations and Sunday rest a little bit more exciting! We have for you seven eyeliner styles - one for each day of the week! From winged to smokey to smudged, we tell you what style and how to apply it to get your eye makeup on-point all day, every day!
On Mondays, when you just don’t want to work and you want the world to know it, why don’t you try a sexy ‘just-outta-bed’ smudged eyeliner? Simply apply thick black eyeliner on your upper and lower lash lines and smudge gently with an eyeliner smudger or even a Q-tip.
Tuesdays are for rocking the barely there, clean eyeliner style. For this, take a liquid or pen-type eyeliner and draw a clean, thin line on your upper lashline, starting from the inner corner and moving outwards. Leave your lower lash line bare, but don’t forget to play up your lashes with some mascara!
Feeling a little spaced out in the middle of the week? Let your eyes reflect that! This eyeliner style, where the liner on the upper and lower lashline is not connected, can actually make you look more awake! For this, start from the middle of your lower lashline and move to the outer corner. Repeat the same on the upper lash line and connect on the outer corners. Don’t forget to highlight the inner corners of your eyes with some shimmery eye pencil or eyeshadow - this makes your eyes pop and look more awake!
On a day when you don’t want to go OTT but still want to look polished and put-together, just try this style. It can be done very well with a simple liquid or pen-type eyeliner. Start from the inner corner of your upper lash line and move to the outer corner. Extend the liner a little past the outer corner of your eye, taking it upwards and outwards. Line your lower lash line and connect it with the upper lashline and you’re good to go!
Welcome the weekend with sexy, dramatic cat eyes for some major Friday feels! For creating bold lines and flicks, a gel liner works best. To execute this style, start by lining your lids from the inner corner, thickening the line as you move outwards. Extend it upwards and outwards from the outer corner to create flicks. You can even use a spoon to create sharp and precise eyeliner flicks! Use a nude or a white eye pencil on your waterline (to help you look fresh and awake) and finish off with two coats of mascara.
Saturday nights call for some elaborately done smokey eyes, right? This gorgeous style will require some practice - start from the inner corner of your upper lash line and extend the flicks straight up from the outer corner. Use black eyeshadow on your eyelid and blend. On your lower lash line, you can either use black eyeshadow again or line it with kohl and smudge.
Sunday brunch dressing up? Why not try some straight, stark lines instead of following the natural curve of your eye. We recommend using a gel or pen eyeliner for this so that it glides smoothly and doesn’t smudge easily.