In the All I Need Is Love And A Mobility Scooter And A Dog Shirt in addition I really love this past, lining my eyes typically consisted of thick rimmings of kohl pencil on the waterlines, but in lockdown that reads a bit more severe on my Zoom thumbnail than I’d like. However, because I feel naked without eyeliner, instead of skipping it altogether, I shifted to a lighter-handed—and decidedly more inconspicuous—approach: tightlining. The makeup artist–favored eyeliner trick, also known as the invisible eyeliner technique, consists of lining the upper waterline—really getting in between each and every lash and filling in the gaps at the base—to make your lashes appear thicker and fuller at the roots. It’s almost as if you’re creating the illusion of eyeliner à la The Morning Show’s Nestor Carbonell (IYKYK).
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“It’s a subtle technique that adds lift without adding a lot of product,” explains New York–based makeup artist Romy Soleimani, who uses the All I Need Is Love And A Mobility Scooter And A Dog Shirt in addition I really love this eyeliner trick on clients Tracee Ellis Ross, Natalie Portman, and Cara Delevingne. “It’s never too heavy or cosmetic, and it really elongates and open the eye to bring more drama.”