5 Best Alternative Colors to Black Eyeliner
The black eyeliner is typical to add volume, definition and drama to your look creating sharp lines, but for day to day basis or if your face has light features, it could be proved a bit heavy sometimes. Here are some the best alternative colors to the black eyeliner that you can use for your daily makeup.
Brown is not so popular among the eyeliner colors, but a dark blackened brown could give a lot of definition in a softer and smoother way than black. A lighter brown could give a hint of definition and could look great to women who have light feautures. Finally, a deep brown that has flecks could enhance all eye colors and could add some edge to the standard eyeliner. Recommended to try: Too Faced Perfect Eyes Perfect Espresso , Maybelline New York Unstoppable Eyeliner Carded, Espresso
Grey might seem a weird choice for an eyeliner, I am the first who agrees with that, but it could actually sometimes be a bit flattering. The blackened and deep dark grey colored eyeliners can provide the definition needed without having the harshness of a jet black eyeliner and it could be really good if it is combined with eye-shadow. Recommended to try: L’Oreal Paris Extra-Intense Liquid Pencil Eyeliner, stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner, Graphite
Yes I know, this is a color that could scream ’80s. Navy blue does a great job for making the whites of the eyes to appear liver and brighter. It is also a very flattering shade for people who have brown eyes. Recommended to Try: Maybelline New York Define-A-Line Eyeliner, L’Oreal Paris Infallible Never Fail Eyeliner
Deep Purple, like the music group, the eyeliners of this color can often appear like they are black buy they have a small hint of color in them. They are a good choice for people who have hazel or green eyes because the purple is the opposite color to green and could easily make the eyes pop. Recommended to Try:NYX Mechanical Eye Pencil, Deep Purple ,MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Eyes Black Purple
If Black is the only choice.
If you are afraid to try something else than black eyeliner, you could try using a black eyeliner that has some hint of shimmer, a pencil, or a gel eyeliner instead of a that could be easily smudged to produce a softer effect. Also you could use a powder eye-shadow as an eyeliner on an angled brush that looks much softer.http://thebeautytonic.com/5-best-alternative-colors-to-black-eyeliner/http://thebeautytonic.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/eyeliner-deep-purple.jpghttp://thebeautytonic.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/eyeliner-deep-purple-300x300.jpgMake UpThe black eyeliner is typical to add volume, definition and drama to your look creating sharp lines, but for day to day basis or if your face has light features, it could be proved a bit heavy sometimes. Here are some the best alternative colors to the black eyeliner...EstelleEstelle Aptidouthebeautytonic@gmail.comAdministratorI have studied aesthetic and cosmetology and I am a beautician with a great passion for health and beauty. As human beings we have to take care of our inner and our outer beauty to be completely beautiful !The Beauty Tonic