The shape and size of the eyes can be improved by optical illusion with line, or with colour change. Principles of positive and negative spaces are also used to fool the eye to see depth and desired shape. Enhancing features of the eyes or illusions (making someone not seeing something that is there, or making someone seeing something that is not there) have been practiced by makeup artists for years. The extreme precision of small needles in micropigmentation allow a definition that is not possible with the pencil or eyeliner … and the line remains in place!
The bottom line can be applied in different lengths, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4 or full eyeliner, according to client preference, shape and size of the eyes. It is better not do very heavily eyeliner on the bottom. It can be compact, soft or smoky. There is also the option to make the waterline eye liner.
Eyeliner compact – medium or thick, similar to the effect of pencil eyeliner. Suitable for people who do not leave home without putting on your eyeliner.
Soft liner – thin line. Accentuates the eyes discreetly in a very natural way.
Shaded eyeliner – is the look you have when you apply pencil and then follow with a small smudging brush to smoke it out.
In most cases, it is applied slightly thicker and darker on the outer third, thinning and softening toward the nose, not all the way to the inner corner of the eye. The upper and lower liners are not bonded, they are separate lines. They are brought close enough so that when you look in a straight direction, facial skin drops slightly with the gravity and you do not say if they are connected or not. There are some good reasons for not connecting the upper to the lower eyeliner. First, connecting you close your eyes and they look smaller. Secondly, such as facial skin slides down with gravity and aging, the line connecting the top to the bottom begins to change the angle. And thirdly, the tissue in the inner and outer corners of the eyes is the thinnest skin on the body and the risk of pigment migration – blurred pigmentation on the inside, is quite high. The risk increases with age.
Wherever you put darkness is where your eye is drawn to, which means eyeliner allows you to change the shape of your eye. Eyeliner is not only a way to play with colour and make a statement, it’s also the perfect instrument to reshape your eye. You don’t have to go under the knife for bigger-looking eyes.
The thickness, length and colour are the preference of the client. Black is the most popular colour for the eyeliner. In addition to standard eyeliner, you can request two-tone accents or shade. Upper liner is usually thicker in the outer part and decreases towards the interior of the eye. The shape of the liner depends on the size and shape of the eye and eyelid. The width of the upper eyeliner that a person should use depends largely on the space that appears in the tarsal plate when looking from the front.
This is perfect for those who wants to create more angles and add a hint of sexiness. A small extent, “cat eye,” contributes to lengthen the width of your eyes and elevating your look. If you have downturned eyes you were meant to rock a “cat eye”. However, in cases of hooded eyes, big size winged tip can have a reverse effect. To achieve the right winged tip you must to consider the shape of the eyes.