1. Melt your pencil liner to help it glide
One of the most important steps in creating a perfect cat-eye is lining. It’s essential that you use an eyeliner pencil with good quality, since it will be used several times throughout your makeup routine and must blend well when warmed up slightly before application or else there could potentially be dragging at certain points along their length which would result either completely missed strokes (if too cool) OR over liner lines where some was not transferred onto skin.
2. Make your eyeshadow pop with white eyeliner
To make your eyes more vibrant and popping, you should use a white eyeliner pencil as the first step. Then just put whatever type of shadow color on top! It'll look even better than before because now there's no competing hues between different shades in one eye-shadow container (which can happen sometimes).
3. Outline your cat eye
Drawing an outline of the shape first and then filling it in can help you achieve that long-lined cat eye look. You should extend a line beyond your lower lash line to create the bottom part, as well as decide on how thick or thin want for wings are before tracing them from end point all way up towards where they meet with upper eyelashes (don't forget about connecting these two points). Once everything has been drawn out carefully, take some black ink pen/markers so once its ready just fill those spaces inside!
This depends heavily upon what type wings suits better but usually goes something likes this: Start at inner corner extending upwards along outside edge making sure not miss any gaps between geometric shapes
4. How to Create Winged Liner with a Spoon
To create a cat eye, use an eyeliner pencil to draw one straight line along the outer corner of your eye and then flip over so that its rounded edge hugs onto your lash-line. Next using just enough pressure from both ends carefully trace out some small curves near where it meets with another winged effect!
5. Revive mascara with saline solution
When applying your make up in the morning, there's nothing more frustrating than realizing that even after careful application of eye shadow and mascara you'll end up with smudges by lunchtime. To solve this problem all you need is a spoon! Hold it so its bottom rests against one side of eyelid while using another hand to apply products as usual on other side or over top - then simply let go once finished sweeping wand across tips before lifting handle away again at final moment.
6. Heat your eyelash curler with a hair dryer
To make your own heated lash curler, simply blow hot air on the eyelash curlers. The added heat will help curl faster and keep their shape for longer! Just hold a blow dryer over one until it gets warm enough (test outside arm), then clamp down hard while gently lifting from lens-end so you don't burn yourself or others nearby
7. Plump your lashes with translucent powder
If you're looking for thicker, more voluminous lashes then use the translucent powder between coats of mascara. The fine texture will grip each individual lash as it is applied which means that no one area gets neglected when building up your desired look!
8. Apply eyelash glue with a bobby pin
To get sleek, full-looking fake lashes that stay put use the tip of a clean bobby pin to carefully apply some glue on top and spread it evenly across both ends. Wait for about five seconds before popping them in place!