Sorry to break this to you, but it’s time to ditch your favourite black eyeliner because brown is the new black! At least in the eye makeup world. We are loving every bit of this brown eyeliner trend and so will you once we show you why. But before that let us tell you we have already tried look number 3 and 5, and they look bomb AF!
Take a look at five ways to wear your brown eyeliner and really slay!
This barely there, soft brown winged eyeliner look requires only one product and looks oh-so stunning. To ace this, simply swipe the Lakme Absolute Kohl Ultimate Kajal - Bronze Rust on your upper and lower eyelid with slightly elongated edges. Now use the smudge applicator of the product to get softly smudged yet perfectly lined eyeliner.
The sunset trend is one of the hottest eye looks of 2019; makeup bloggers and celebrity makeup artists are taking cues from it to create all sorts of amazing looks. And so can you. Swipe on a mango yellow eyeshadow on your lid and draw a clean bold brown line using the Lakme Absolute Shine Line Eye Liner - Shimmer Bronze to complete the look and look like a million bucks.
Minimal smokey eye
Gone are the days when girls would stand in front of the mirror perfecting that smokey eye. Now, it’s all about minimalism and this minimal smokey eye requires half the time and products. Take a dark brown eyeliner such as the Lakme Absolute Kohl Ultimate Kajal - Ash Brown and use it to line and underline your eyes. Then use the smudge applicator to soften the look.
Hey newbie, this one’s for you! We know the struggles of getting that perfect winged liner, therefore we have found this alternative – underliner! It’s easy, simple and does not require any special skill. Simply apply your favourite brown pencil eyeliner on the waterline and as an underline, and smudge it out to get this look.
We saved the best for the last, for all you experimentalists out there. Here’s a look you have to try! If you think brown and black are a little too boring for your taste, mix ‘em up with a gorgeous fluorescent to heat things up and create the most spectacular brown eyeliner look anyone has ever seen before!
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