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25 Different Ways to Wear the Black Eyeliner

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Ways to wear black eyeliner

Say one time-honored eye makeup product and first thing that comes in our mind is the old black liner. Eyes have always been a major focus in our gorgeous makeup looks and jet black liner has never failed to do its’ tasks. But what if you feel bored of lining your eyes black the same thick or thin ways again and again?

Let’s give you some cool ideas for wearing black eyeliner that will blow your mind completely:

1. Simple Everyday Look

What can be more stylish for everyday eye makeup than a simple winged look? Just apply a beige shadow on your upper eye lids and create smooth wings with a glittery black liner.

Glittery black eyeliner

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2. Smudged Black Wraparound

If you want to keep it minimal, opt for this slightly smudged eye makeup with black tight wraparound. Wear ethnic with this to give your look a whole new dimension.

Black eye makeup

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3. Bold and Flicky

These moderately bold eyes are just perfect for a sizzling party look. You must keep your face natural and team up those flicky lines with bright lips to appear absolutely fresh.

Flicky Eyeliner

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4. Thin Precise Black

Sometimes, only a thin line of black eyeliner can give your eyes a magical makeover. You just need to prime the skin around your eyes and apply the liner carefully along the upper lash lines.

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Eyeliner and mascara

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5. Classic Black Cat Eye

How about trying this classic cat eye look on your next date? Keep your eyes purely black and complement them with red hot lips. Stunningly beautiful, no?

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Cat eye ook

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6. Sultry Smokey Eye

Smokey seductive eyes are all in vogue these days. A thick line of a glossy black liner and well-smudged shadow (black, brown or grey) are all you need to flaunt this sultry look.

Makeup for brown eyes

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7. Sexy Vintage Look

When combined together, cat eyes and smokey eyes can give you a killer sexy vintage look. Apply white pencil to your waterlines to complete your ‘retro gal’ eye makeup the perfect way.

Double Winged Eyes

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9. Crazy Punk Look

If you don’t mind experimenting with your eyes, this crazy punk look is certainly going to make you fall in love with it. You also don’t need to apply shadow to the upper eye lids in this style.

Crazy punk look

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10. Dramatic Gothic Eyes

Forget that old boring traditional black liner look and try something different like this. Going gothic can give you a dramatic pair of eyes and make you stand out from crowd easily.

Gothic black liner for eyes

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11. Trendy Graphic Eyes

Want to look youthful and super trendy? These gothic eyes created by a simple black liquid liner can be your solution. If you are a blue-eyed beauty, you are going to rock this look totally.

[Also Read: Retro Eye Makeup]

Gothic eyes

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12. Lined Inner Corner

Black eyeliner to the inner corners of eyes can give a mysterious feminine look easily. Balance it off with the applications of white and orange along the waterline and lower lash line.

Inner corners eyeliner

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13. Layered Neon Cat Eye

Kick the boring black eyeliner look and amp up the game with some bright contrasting layers. This cat eye makeup has a neon sky blue base layered with a shiny black liner. Gorgeous!

Neon cat eye

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14. Layered Rainbow Cat Eye

Be some more creative with your double-lined look. Flatter the actual shape of your eyes with thick black lines and layer them with multiple shades of shadow to create a perfect rainbow look.

Rainbow eyeliner

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15. Touch of Golden

Golden takes the regular black cat eye look to an all new level. Add a touch of golden liner to the inner corner (lower lash line) and outer corner (upper lid) of your eyes after applying black.

Black cat eye look

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Now check out the images of some celebrities, who have shown us how to rock the simple black-eyeliner

16. Kareena Kapoor

The black gothic eyes and white pencil on waterlines have made the B-town beauty look rocker chick.

Black gothic eyeliner

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17. Sonam Kapoor

Is there anyone who didn’t fall for this Cannes 2013 Red Carpet look of Sonam Kapoor? Amazing!

Black eyeliner look

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18. Sharmila Tagore

Get some inspiration from this old Bollywood diva and look the perfect ‘70s beauty with this glam dual wingtip look.

Dark eyeliner

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19. Kajol

We can’t help but admire Kajol for mesmerizing us many times with her sensual smokey black eyes.

Kajol eyes

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20. Deepika Padukone

How can we not love this girl-next-door eye makeup of Deepika? A no-fuss way to add zing to our daily look, we must say.

Eye makeup of Deepika

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21. Bipasha Basu

Here is sexy Bips with her sexier eye makeup. How many of you are ready to sport this spectacular look?

Bipasha eyeliner

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22. Ginnifer Goodwin

Wear your black liner with a pastel shadow like Ginnifer. A statement necklace will complete the look. What say?

Ginnifer eye shadow

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23. Olivia Wilde

We bet you’ve never seen such an incredible smokey eye makeup created by blue shadow and black liner. Isn’t it?

Olivia blue eye shadow

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24. Abbie Cornish

How about this awesome combo of black liner and gradient purple shadows flaunted by Abbie?

Abbie purple shadows

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25. Emma Stone

If you are in hurry, line your eyes neatly with a black liner just like Emma Stone for a simple yet captivating look.

Wearing black eyeliner

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Got enough ideas for wearing black eyeliner? So, start playing with your eyes and look ravishing!

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