Make up artists are opting for gel liners to help snatch the perfect bold lines, due to their ease of use and ability to build-up pigment and shape. Gel liners are also said to be much better for beginners, so for those of us who dare to try out the trend, we’re in luck!
Say goodbye to the smokey eye, because makeup artists are replacing the popular eyeshadow trend with something much more powerful.
Statement eyeliner is now taking its place as our go-to eye look for a Friday night, meaning we’ll be trading in our smoked-out looks for a graphic liner because who wants to be subtle?
The graphic liner is set to become the hot new trend of 2019, meaning we have up until the end of the year to learn how to perfect a long, striking wing. As if eyeliner wasn’t hard enough already.
Are you ready to learn how to get the look that is set to be all over the gram? Then listen up.
One of our go-to MUAs, Nikki Makeup, showed us how it’s done, creating a fierce flick for her Sunday Tutorials on Instagram.
To add this look to your personal beauty arsenal then you may want to invest in Nikki’s essentials: the Delilah Gel Liner, Nabla Cosmetics Close-Up Concealer, a liner brush and a finer, thin brush to help ‘colour in’ between the lines. Nikki’s fine brush is actually from an art shop too – thrifty!
Her top tip to get the look is to start off small and build up.
First, create your outline, starting along the lash line and flicking outwards, and once your foundation is formed, fill it in.
You can then use the concealer to correct or conceal any mistakes and act like they never even happened.
We better start practising.
Netflix’s Chambers Is About to Collectively Terrify America – Meet the Cast!
Netflix is debuting a new supernatural drama in April, and we’re pretty sure it’s going to be our favorite teen show since 13 Reasons Why. Starring Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn, Chambers revolves around a young heart-attack survivor who finds herself taking on the characteristics of her teenage heart donor – some of which are “troublingly sinister.”
Thurman and Goldwyn will play parents of the deceased donor, while the teen-centric young cast will introduce some exciting new faces to TV. Newcomers include Sivan Alyra Rose (who plays heart-attack survivor Sasha Yazzie), Griffin Powell-Arcand (who plays Sasha’s boyfriend TJ), and Lilli Kay (who plays Penelope Fowler, the childhood best friend of the donor, Becky, who grows obsessed with Sasha after Becky’s death). Read on to see all of the other players you can expect to see when the series debuts on April 26.