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If you’ve been paying attention to the runways, then you’ve noticed that floating eyeliner is everywhere. Taking inspiration from negative space and the 60’s, this super-trendy look is h-o-t right now. Recreating five of the coolest looks we’ve seen, makeup artist Olivia Madorma uses our Hyper Easy Liquid Eyeliner to show you how to do these eye makeup musts. Follow along and get ready for your own red carpet moment.
Olivia Madorma shows how to create 5 floating eyeliner looks with Hyper Easy Liquid Eyeliner.
"I love this look because it’s simple but makes a statement. Pro-tip: make sure you’re using a really light hand and let the Hyper Easy Liquid Liner brush do the work! The fine precise point makes it super easy to achieve this look."
"This liner look brings attention to the center of your eyes, making them pop! Make sure to create the line with your eyes open, so you can see where the horizontal line will lay when your eyes are open."
"This look is definitely my favorite! I love the modern 60’s approach to the floating eyeliner trend. Pro-tip: I like to start out by having a traditional wing liner already done so you can ensure even application and shape."
"The double arrow floating liner look is definitely the most unique but super fun! If you’re doing this at home, I would start by creating the initial arrow with negative space on the outer corner of your eyes and fill in to create the perfect arrow. From there, outline the original arrow and don’t be afraid to flip the brush to get perfect precision!"
"I love a wing that is straight and elongates the eyes to make them more “cat like”. To create the perfect straight wing, begin with your eyes open and starting from the outer crease create a straight line, connect the top with your eyes still open to ensure it’s not tilting up and staying straight. This will give you the “Bat Eyeliner” effect. Once the shape is created, use an extremely light hand and lightly flick out for the perfect point!"