CATEYE CRAVING? DON’T WING IT!


Happy Tuesday lovelies, it's Yasmin here and in today's beauty tip segment, I am going to be talking about signature style beauty looks. The term, practice makes perfect applies to practically everything, especially when it comes to perfecting the wingtip liner. I’ve spent years attempting every single “genius hack” in the book; scotch tape, pencil liner as a guide, even connecting the dots. Seems a bit extreme but that deep black matt liner adds the most sophisticated finish to every look – I strive to perfect it like I need the latest “it bag”.  What I discovered was a real surprise, it’s not a trick to be hacked, rather a key element that lays in the actual liquid and the applicator itself. Discover my go-to below.




In today's beauty segment, I am going to be talking about signature beauty looks. When it comes to signature style, we all have out defaults and over the years, yes its taken me that long, the cat-eye has become my favourite when I am getting ready every morning but I am no makeup artist, so when it comes to perfecting this look, I literally tried every genius hack that there is out there. Tape, pencil liners as a guide and even connecting the dots. Seems very extreme but that deep black matte liner adds the most sophisticated finish to every look so naturally, I strive to perfect it. 
So many of you ask that my tricks are so I thought it was time to share my hacks!

First, you are going to want to choose a pen that has an applicator with a tip that's super fine for best results. I like to use a felt tip liner like L'OREAL Superliner or KAT VON D Tattoo liner. I always start with us and then I use a black matte eyeshadow in the inner corners for a smooth finish.


Other liners I recommend that are super friendly are STILA All Day Eyeliner and MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua liner which are heavy liquid liners with brush tip applicators.
I like to use a few tools to perfect my shape as well as pointy q-tips. A girl's best friend, if you don't have them, go get them. I also use the Shu Uemura lash curler to curl my eyelashes before I apply the liner. I like to see where my last lash ends and then I follow that shape to the corner of my brow.


To make my eyes appear oval, I will actually apply more liner to the middle of my eye above my iris which makes my eyes pop. And most importantly, you want a liquid that won't run into the creases of your eye throughout the day. These are my favourites and trust me, they never run!

To make my eyes appear oval, I will actually apply more liner to the middle of my eye above my iris which makes my eyes pop. And most importantly, you want a liquid that won't run into the creases of your eye throughout the day. These are my favourites and trust me, they never run!

Thank you so much for reading today's beauty edit which by the way was inspired by you lovelies who asked how I get my cat-eye. So forget if you want more tips like these, be sure to let me know what to create and don't forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel. Starting January 2016, I will be recording two videos a week on wednesdays and Sundays at 09:00 MST.