It's no secret that white eyeliner is having a moment. Whether you're trying to recreate the look from the Met Gala or simply want to make your eyes pop, there's no doubt that white eyeliner can be a game-changer. However, using white eyeliner correctly is not as easy as it looks. Here are a few tips on how to use white eyeliner without looking like a clown.

1. Start with a clean slate. Before you even start thinking about applying white eyeliner, make sure that your face is clean and free of any makeup. This will help the white eyeliner go on more smoothly and last longer throughout the day.

2. Use a primer. Once your face is clean, apply a primer to your lids and under-eye area. This will help the white eyeliner go on more evenly and prevent it from creasing or smudging throughout the day.

3. Choose a pencil liner. Pencil liners are much easier to control than liquid liners, which means they're less likely to make mistakes. When it comes to applying white eyeliner, you want to be as precise as possible. So, opt for a pencil liner that can give you a thin, defined line.

4. Start slow. It's always better to start with less product and build up as needed rather than going in too heavy-handed from the start. When first starting out with white eyeliner, trace your upper lash line with dots before connecting the dots into one continuous line. This will help you get a feel for the product and prevent any mistakes.

5. Don't forget about lower lashes! Applying white eyeliner to your lower lash line is one of the easiest ways to make your eyes look bigger and brighter. Simply trace along your lower lash line—staying as close to the lashes as possible—and voila! You've just mastered how to use white eyeliner like a pro!

White eyeliner can be tricky to master but once you get the hang of it, it can completely transform your look! By following these simple tips, you'll be able to achieve any look you're going for—without looking like a clown!


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