“The perfect cat-eye is so easy,” said no one ever.  It’s one of the most elusive looks out there, and while you’ve probably exhausted every trick in the book, don’t forget that every expert started out as a beginner.

First, you should pick the right tool. Fashion guru, Alexa Chung is all about the Eyeko London Eye Do Black Liquid Eyeliner because “the nib is the perfect shape and size to give you control. It gives you the precision to draw on the perfect cat-eye.” And you know how the age-old saying goes: “A carpenter is only as good as her tools.”

To master your ideal liner look and avoid winging it (pun intended), check out our eyeliner tips for every eye shape.

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Downturned Eyes

Downturned eyes drop slightly toward the outer corner. Give your eyes an instant lift with a winged liner look that is thinner on the inner corner of the eye, thicker toward the outer corner, and angles upward at the tail.

Upturned Eyes

Eyes that angle upward at the outer corners can be emphasized by lining both the upper and lower lash line following the natural curves of the eye. Use a gold or bronze metallic liner on the lower lash line and the Eyeko London Eye Do Liquid Eyeliner on the top.

Almond Eyes

Almond eyes are the most versatile when it comes to liner looks. Rock the standard cat-eye and jazz it up with a thin swipe of colored shadow just above the flick for a twist on the classic look.

Monolid Eyes

If your eyes don’t feature a prominent crease, you can create a stunning look with a classic bar extending just past your lashes and ending in a short flick. Amp up your lashes with the Eyeko London Eye Do Black Liquid Eyeliner, which features WIDELASH™ with a tripeptide boost to promote lash growth.

Round Eyes

Is the length and width of your eyes equal? Elongate those round eyes with an extended wing, playing up the outer corners for added drama.

Hooded Eyes

Those with a heavier lid that covers the crease of the eye can open those peepers up with a bit of white or champagne liner on the lower waterline, and a thin classic bar liner along the upper lash line with a short flick angled toward the top of the ear rather than to the tail of the brow.

xx, The FabFitFun Team

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