Five Funky Ways To Wear Yellow Eyeliner

I’ve been a lot more experimental and explorative in my makeup looks recently, and I was really keen to try out NYX’s range of Vivid Brights Liquid Eyeliners. I’ve so far purchased ‘Halo’ a sunny yellow shade, and so here are five ways to wear it:

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  1. Classic Wing – to create this look I used my Vamp Stamp, which you can read the review on here, then filled in the rest.
  2. Double Line – again, I used the Vamp Stamp to create the black wing, then went around the edges with the NYX Vivid Brights.
  3. Graphic Cut Crease – I created a simple winged look, then cut my crease with NYX Vivid Brights, this was quite difficult to do and took a few attempts, but I like how it turned out.
  4. Helix Twist – another simple black wing to start with, but make funky by creating a spiral effect around it with the NYX Vivid Brights and finishing of my adding some yellow to the waterline. thumbnail_IMG_9942
  5. Speckled Wing – initially I was going to go for an ombre look, but then this happened. I started with the black line with yellow dots, then decided to do the opposite on the other eye.

I think that all of these looks are super wearable and you don’t need to be an MUA to achieve them. If you’re feeling funky then go for it.

Beff xx

7 Replies to “Five Funky Ways To Wear Yellow Eyeliner”

  1. I love all of these looks! I have never seen anything like the dotted one before! Yellow looks so good on you!💛💛

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  2. Omg I am loving this! The double wing and helix twist are definitely my favourite looks. Such a great way to use more out there eyeliner! I think I might have to try it

    Ellie x

    elliesbitsofbeauty.wordpress.com

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