Not sure if you caught all the crazy action on my Snapchat (MasoomM, add me) a few weeks ago at the beautifully organised Bobbi Brown event at Four Seasons but I’m going to be diving into details anyways! 

The two most integral items in my makeup bag are Concealer and Eyeliner. Literally, my secret formula for a frog to prince(ess?) transformation. Since I’ve already majorly dwelled upon Bobbi’s can’t-do-without concealer in this post, I decided to show you guys three ways to do your Eyeliner, at the impeccable hands of extraordinaire makeup artist Eliano Bou Assi.
Everyday Eyeliner for a Lazy, Daily Look
Products: Long Wear Gel Eyeliner 
How to: Dip the tip of the Ultra Fine Eyeliner Brush into Long Wear Gel Eyeliner, wiping off excess before applying. Apply liner in short, even strokes close to the lash line. Picture below!
This Eyeliner gives you the look of liquid liner with the ease and feel of a gel formula. It’s drama for your eyes, made super easy and relaxed. Long-wearing, water-resistant color glides on and remains in place for 12 hours without a smear or crease, due to its quick dry down.
Double Lining Eyeliner
Products: Long Wear Gel Eyeliner + Eclipse Eye Shadow
How to: Begin by lining the top lash line with Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner. Before it sets, blend in a deep shade of powder shadow. Picture below!
Double lining is a technique that gives eyes serious definition by layering liners along the top lash line. When double lining, line eyes one at a time, make sure the gel liner is still slightly “wet” so that it blends with shadow. No matter the layer—neatly smudged or neatly lined—and no matter the formula—powder or gel—layering liners makes eyes stand out and add heaps of dramatic flair to your look.
Dramatic Winged Eyeliner For A 
Products: Long Wear Gel Eyeliner
How to: For the most precise line, apply black gel liner with an ultra-fine eyeliner brush from the outer corner all the way across the upper and lower lash lines. To create the wing, continue the line on the upper lid so it goes up and out past the outer corner of the eye. The end of the wing should taper to a soft puckering point. Picture below!
Winged liner always makes a statement and puts the spotlight on your eyes. Stronger the wing, stronger the extravagance.

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