Eyeliner is a staple makeup product, and one of the trendiest ways you can use it, is to apply it to your waterline for a perfectly put together look. This is the best way to liven up any look, create bold and dark lashes, and truly step up any makeup routine. But, what eyeliner is best for this, and how do you apply eyeliner to the waterline anyway? We’re here to answer all of your pressing questions about eyeliner, waterlines, and everything in between!
What is the best eyeliner to use on your waterline?
If you’re looking to bring more bold to your waterline, our Smooth Shadow Creamy Eye Pencil is the perfect choice for you. It comes in three amazing colors: Pearl, Raven, and Penny, and glides on smooth and easy, so that you can seamlessly add eyeliner to your lid or waterline, without needing to retouch your look. It’s also waterproof, sweat proof, and cruelty free, so you can go on about your day without a worry.
What is your waterline?
The waterline is the section of your eyelid in between your bottom lashes and your eye itself. This area is especially good for you to work with if you want bolder bottom lashes without any risk of smudging or raccoon eye.
How do you apply eyeliner to your waterline?
Applying eyeliner to your waterline is super simple. Just make sure that you don’t poke yourself in the eye first! Pull your bottom lash down a bit, and glide your eyeliner across the waterline. Fill in any gaps, so that it’s all even, and add a second layer if you feel like you need it. Wait for it to dry, and you’re all done! Make sure you follow up with a makeup setting spray to keep your look in place throughout your day.
Looking for a makeup setting spray to use? Check out our Thank Me Later Makeup Setting Spray!
Disclaimer: May cause irritation. Stop use and contact a dermatologist if prolonged irritation or allergic reaction occurs.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul