The easiest way to dress up your look is with bold eye makeup. Not just the classic smokey eye, but with bright graphic liners. Eyeliner adds a playful touch to your beauty routine and perfectly compliments those gorgeous eyes of yours. For those who are new to graphic liners, or those who are looking to add them to your beauty counter, we came up with 5 different eyeliners, paired with 5 different lashes to have an iconic eye look every day of the week.
Create a romantic eye look with a pop of violet
A sweep of a deep purple liner is a great way to make your eyes look instantly romantic. It transforms the look from day to night with ease. We recommend pairing Pseudo Labs Polymer Liner in Violaceus with Cilium Lashes in BDL 08. These ultra-curl lashes, matched with the gorgeous Violaceus adhesive liner ensures a gorgeous nighttime look that will last through dinner and dancing, worry-free.
2. Perfectly compliment your daytime look
It’s time to amp up your daytime look by adding a cool green to your eyes. Pseudo Labs Polymer in Chlorus is a viridescent emerald green liner and lash glue combo that creates an absolutely stunning contrast you’ll be obsessing over. This is the perfect compliment to Cilium Lashes in BDL 01. If you have green, hazel, or brown eyes, they are guaranteed to stand out next to this bright emerald liner.
3. Add a touch of edginess with a smokey lined moment
A simple smokey, black liner is the key to an edgy night out look! This eye look is easily attainable with Pseudo Labs Polymer Liner in Piceus. Of course, this makeup moment wouldn’t be completed without an equally bold lash. Adding a wispy faux mink flared lash, Cilium in BDL 55, will bring this makeup look to fruition.
4. Enhance your natural beauty with a no liner look
Are liners not your thing? Pseudo Labs Polymer Liner in Virgineus is is a clear liner that works as a lash glue. We recommend using this for a no-liner look with Cilium Lashes in BDL 38. This is the best way to focus on enhancing your natural beauty, perfect for makeup minimalists.