Eye shadow base - to get black eye shadow longer standing on the eyelids and to have it intense with more pigment, make black eyeliner as a base. Apply to the eyelid, gently blend in the shape you want and fixate black eye shadow. Eye pencil that fits your skin tone can serve as a basis for shadow that refreshes the eyes and unify the complexion. Lighter shades pen that you use to make the waterline to highlight the edge of the eye, above and below the outer corner of the eyebrows for an instant facelift.
Gel liner - If you've ever purchased a gel liner and threw it in the trash after a short use because dried up, try to take advantage of your eyeliner - especially those silicone based. Gently heat the tip of the pen, take brush in hand and voila, you have a gel liner. This method of use provides a line pigmented appearance.
Using the pen with a brush - you can pull diagonally cut brush for gel liner a couple of times over the top of the pen and apply the pencil as less pigmented version of gel liner. It's for everyday something softer look.
You can use the pen as a gudie when drawing cat-eye liner. Apply small dots in the shape you want to draw, and then carefully connect the dots and repair the lines and edges.
Regularly sharpen eye pencil if you want precise line when applying it. Hold the pen upright to the eyelid for greater definition line. If you want smeared and blended effect use unpointed and unsharpened pencil. Apply a pencil so that it sideways on the eyelid and spreading.
Eye pencils can have different textures and endings so that we can find a mat pens, shiny metallic pens, pens with a handful of sequins. If you want durability on the eyelids choose waterproof pen. If you want longevity and pigmentation decide for silicone based pens. Silicone based eye pencils glide better when applying thereby reduce the possibility of tiny wrinkle to withdraw skin.
My favorite products:
Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Kajal Liner