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Anything Goes Liquid Liner - Dark Olive Green

31 Oct 2011 - Views - Comment

If theres ever been a time to play around and experiment with liquid liner... now is the time. In addition to simply lined upper lashes, classic kitten flick and extreme cat eye there are all kinds of edgy, arty, out-there creative shapes and colours gracing the pages of the glossies (and the runway). Newer formulations, and more importantly packing solutions, mean application is starting to get easier (still takes practice though!).

In the video I mess around with a colour that from the minute I saw I was drawn too. this dark olive green shade felt a bit different and flattering for autumnal nights. In terms of the shape, stick to shapes which suit your eyes and go as edgy as you dare. Remember that most peoples faces are pretty asymetrical especially when in movement (talking etc), so dont beat yourelf up if you dont look like a photoshopped advert when your done. Its more about having fun with make-up. I've tried to include lots of tips for getting a good application, like applying the liner looking straight ahead and keep pulling back to check, so hopefully it'll be a useful one as well.

There are some pretty amazing shades of liquid liner available, so choose a shade you love (with your heart not your head) and start creating! 



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