Eyeliner styles 2018

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Mixed Finishes

Combining crisp liquid liner on top and smudgy pencil liner on the bottom, this style is perfect for the indecisive (best of both worlds!). It's half elegant pinup, half cool rocker.

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Golden Underliner

For a modern look that, take a gold or bronze liner and draw a thin line along your bottom lashes. Use your finger or a small eyeshadow brush to smudge it downward, diffusing it to a soft finish.

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Spaced Lines

Get this chic look by applying a thin stroke of eyeliner on your upper lash line and an equally slim line along the bottom, being careful not to connect them. Bonus: This technique  and more awake.

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Lived-In Liner

Combining a dark kohl liner along the lower waterline with  on the upper lids, this grungy style adds a sexy smokiness to any look.

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Flared and Bright

If you've been wanting to try something totally different than your, try this funky look reminiscent of glam rock musicians in the '70s and '80s. All you need to do is swipe a streak of opaque, matte blue across your eyes. Leave the rest of your face bare. 

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Sweaty and Smudged

That's right: The look your liner gets when you've been stuck outside in the humidity all day is now trending. When paired with and just a touch of clear lip balm, it's surprisingly wearable for a Saturday night.

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Double Wing

Add a little London-in-the-'60s flair with a that has not one, but two wings. Separate the two with a white eyeliner

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Shimmering Jewel Tones

This gorgeous butterfly-inspired look is a magical way to wear color on your eyes. And you don't need to feel limited to just blues and greens — this look is gorgeous with burgundy, purple and bronze shades too.

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Ombre Blue

Gradient liner that starts white then transitions to a bright blue on your waterline is a fresh way to rock this everlasting trend. Slightly-bare lashes and soft pink lips keep this look subtly bold.

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Thick Underline

Typically, bottom-only liner can make you look tired or, but when it's this crisp — and the rest of your face is not overly made up — it looks beautifully unconventional.

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Burgundy Over Gold

Rotate in a shimmery burgundy — it makes. Apply it over a gold eyeshadow for extra shimmer on a night when you want to feel really glam. 

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Barely-There Wings

If full-on cat eyeliner isn't for you but you want to try something fresh, make just the subtlest "V" at the edge of your top lid's eyeliner.

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Graphic Lines

Okay, so this isn't exactly a "wear every day" type of look, but it sure is gorgeous enough to try at least once, even if it's just for a costume party. Bonus: If you rock eyeliner this bold, it gives you even more of an excuse to try funky nail art.

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Smudgy Cat Eye

Crisp will always be in, but if you've struggled with having the steady hand you need for that look, this imperfectly smudged style will be a welcome change. It looks just as impressive and sexy, but if you mess it up a little, it's still totally on-point!

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All Over Gold

A gilded eye is like wearing jewelry on your face, making your eyes stand out in a simple, sparkly way.

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Exaggerated Cat Eye

Rather than drawing a starting at your inner corners, begin in the middle and work your way out for a truly dramatic look.

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Matte Blues

Try wearing bright colors as eyeliner rather than eyeshadow to keep things from getting too complicated. Just make sure you stick with simple blush and a little balm on your lips so your eyes can stay the stars. 

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Intense Angles

If you've mastered the and want to try something totally new, try this over-the-top look full of swoops and points. It's not for everyday wear, but it's sure to be a hit if you try it on a Saturday night.

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Dash of Blue

If allover bright liner isn't your thing, add a couple swipes to your inner tear duct plus the outside of your upper lid.

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White Cat Eye

Have you heard? is finally back. Try this layered look by applying it in the shape of a cat eye, then adding a thin black line in the same shape overtop.

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Slick Black Waterline

Matte is out, dewy is in. Shiny, almost oily-looking eyeliner on both the upper and lower waterlines — accompanied by bare skin and just a touch of balm on the lips — looks stunning.

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Metallic Olive

If you want your without going over-the-top bright, try wearing a metallic olive green shade on your lid and lower lash line.

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Charcoal Gray

Eyeliner can be a bit daunting for people who don't like to wear much makeup, but there's a simple way to try it out: swap black for gray. Charcoal-colored liner is more forgiving than black or brown, but it still offers added definition. (Oh, and just ignore the black line on this model — unless you're feeling really adventurous.) 

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Gem Eyeliner

If the thought of sparkle makes you cringe ('90s flashbacks! shudder), here's a new way to wear it: a simple line of gems along the bottom lashes. Sure, it's not technically eyeliner, but sure looks gorgeous. 

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1960s Mod Queen

The and better than ever. Take inspiration from Twiggy with a dramatic cat eye, white shadow, lined crease and false lashes.

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White Inner Corners

White eyeliner on your bottom waterline, and wearing it (especially if it has a little sheen) on your inner corners can do the same thing. Keep the rest of your makeup simple to make this look fresh and clean.

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