So, we’re now going to add eyeliner to Sherry to define her eyes even more. So, I’m going to use a cream liner for Sherry. Especially for smoky eye, I like to use a cream liner, because you can kind of smoke it out and smudge it out and do whatever you want.
But definitely use a liner when doing a smoky eye, because it’s going to rim your eyes even more. So, like I said, I’m using a cream. Go ahead and just close your eyes for me. And I’m going to start right from the outer edge of her eye and work my way in, so you can add this really beautiful little wing tip.
So, just start from the outer edge first, that’s really going to be the easiest. You want it to be a little bit thicker on the outer edge, and as you move in closer, it gets thinner. So, I’m just working from my hand.
Now, I know it looks kind of messy, but when you do that, you can sort of blend it out and get that consistency that you want. Another great way to do liner on the inner corner, Sherry, go ahead and look down and to your right, there you go, and I’m just going to get right in on this inner corner.
And I can even reach all the way in here, because if she had her eyes closed, you wouldn’t be able to do that, so this is a good trick if you are going make up on someone else. Go ahead and look straight ahead.
So, you can that defines her eyes even more. Another fun thing that you can do is well is to do a pencil liner on the inner rim of her eye, or one her water line. So, we’re going to do that right now.
So, go ahead and look up for me. And right on the inner rim of her eye, we’re just going to place that right in there, and you can see how that just automatically gives her eyes more drama. So, we’re just about ready to take this powder off, but there’s just a few more things I want to do to it until we do that.