I'd like to let you all know that my Spring Look Book will be up tomorrow and you can all check that out. I can't guarentee the time it will be up at, but I'm hoping around noon because I'll be at the last day of Volley For Christ camp from 1-6 p.m. and won't be able to get it up any time after that.
By the way everyone, Volley For Christ has been great so far. I encourage you all to check out their website to see if they are doing a camp near you anytime soon. If you would like to learn some new tricks or improve anything else these are the coaches for you. I know for a fact they are great teachers and are fully capeable to teach you anything you would like to learn.
Anyways, tomorrow is going to be a majorly big post so I want to share wih you all some thoughts and tips I have concerning eyeliner. Not to point fingers, but I know some girls who don't know how to use eyeliner wisely, let alone to make them look good! This is horrible. Eyeliner can be your best friend or your enemy.
Look girls, eyeliner is seriously overated for younger girls. Most people like to know that your eyes are big and beautiful. Sometimes when we use eyeliner we can get carried away to the point where our eyes look like slits. Although for some people eyeliner is absolutely needed, I encourage you guys who are using it as a fun choice to make sure you are making a line that is slightly noticeable but not too thick.
I use a eyeliner in the form of a pen so that that line is smoother and easier to draw. For some people it's more difficult to use this type and don't worry, there are many different forms. First you have the regular pencil which is very common, second is the gel form, third is the pen, and fianlly the liquid. Of course I'm sure there are othes I've failed to list. Irregardless it's important that you find one that works for you.
When you apply the eyeliner make sure not to stop as you make the line. It should be a smooth motion as you apply the liner. If you stop the line will smudge and surely it won't look as fine and smooth. I often pull the outer corner before applying and it creates a smoother surface to draw on.
If you have any other questions feel free to email me or comment down below the questions and I'll get back to you ASAP!