Drawing your eyes has become an essential part among young women’s grooming or GRWM. Some draw their eyes to make it bigger and some draw to shape it better. Hence, eyeliner is something easy to run out of. Eyeliner itself is also not very good for your eyes due to the artificial products used in it. So, it’s better to try these unique alternatives to eyeliner which will change the shape of your eyes into beautiful ones.
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Best Alternatives to Eyeliner
What to do when in a hurry but ran out of eyeliner? Here are some easy alternatives to eyeliner.
The closest replacement to an eyeliner can only be waterproof mascara. When in a hurry and run out of eyeliner the best and easiest alternative is using mascara with eyeliner brush. Damp the brush a little to give it a better consistency. It is the best alternatives to eyeliner.
2. Kajal/ Kohl
The colour of Kohl is the most similar to eyeliner. Usually kohl is used for the under eye because it smudges a little but it is easy to use and stays for a long time if not touched. It is also a very good alternatives to Eyeliner.
3. Cocoa Powder
At times to give it a more of a dusty vibe, unsweetened cocoa powder with a little liquid mixture can be used to draw a prominent line over the eyelid. Cocoa powder is a very commonly used replacement or DIY hack.
At times people use black or dark coloured eyeshadow to create eyeliner like effect in a full makeup look. Eyeshadow mixed with a little spirit and moisturizer can be used as a good alternative to eyeliner.
Dark coloured matte lipstick can also be pulled off as eyeliner just by using the liner brush instead of lip.
6. Lip Liner
If you own a lip liner then that can be used as a temporary replacement. But there are chances of it getting wiped off easily.
7. Eyebrow Pencil
Eyebrow pencil is also almost like kajal. So it can be a good alternatives to Eyeliner.
DIY Smudge Proof Eyeliner
Homemade eyeliners or DIY eyeliners are not very difficult to make. It is just a task of gathering the ingredients and mixing them in a simple procedure.
- 1/16 teaspoon beeswax.
- 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil (or any oil of your choice)
- 1/4 teaspoon distilled water
- 2 activated charcoal capsules or 1/2 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder for brown
- 2 drops of vitamin E oil.
Put two capsules or half a teaspoon of activated charcoal in a small bowl, then add a few drops of distilled water and stir. Then apply the eyeliner using a thin makeup brush.
1. Beetroot juice eyeliner
If you want to have fun with your makeup and like experimenting with different colours, this eyeliner recipe will be perfect for you. First, grind half of the beetroot. Once done, start filtering the juice from the beetroot, and place it in a bowl or a glass. Take two tablespoons of pure aloe vera gel, you can scrape it from the leaf as well, and then in a bowl and add one spoonful of beetroot juice to it. Create a smooth paste by combining the two ingredients. After soaking it, use a cosmetic brush to apply the paste. Along the lash line, the lovely pink colour on the lid will be noticeable.
2. Kumkum eyeliner
For any elegant appearance, deep crimson eyeliner will work well. No matter the colour or tone of skin, it instantly fits the skin and matches the tone to give your face a glow. In a small bowl, add a tablespoon of kumkum powder and add some drops of rose water or tap water. Mix both ingredients together. Make sure the texture is thick. Along the lash lines, apply it with a eyeliner brush. You may try these simple DIY eyeliner recipes and perk up your appearance without getting worried about any harm that eyeliners with harsh ingredients may produce.
3. Almond Eyeliner
Almonds are found almost on every kitchen shelf in every household. Almonds help with a lot of health issues. It is very much suggested for heart issues. Save a few while munching on so that you can try making natural eyeliner for yourself. Place a lighter on a shelf. Then carefully pick up an almond using a tweezer. Now that the lighter is beneath the almond, allow the flames to burn it. Once the almond has become black and smokey, use a butter knife to scrape all the black soot into a plate. Then add 2 drops of almond oil. Keep the consistency thick. Use an eyeliner brush to give it a shape.
Q: What can I use instead of eyeliner to define my eyes?
A: You can use the same color as your usual eyeliner and an eyeshadow brush to create a subtle or smoky look. Just dampen the brush and use it the same way you would eyeliner.
Q: What can I use instead of eyeliner to create a sharp or dark line?
A: You can use mascara and a thin brush to create a precise or dramatic line. Just glide your brush along the mascara wand to pick up the color and apply it to your eyes like you would gel eyeliner.
Q: What can I use instead of eyeliner to add sparkle or color to my eyes?
A: You can use glitter, metallic, or colorful eyeshadow and an angled brush to add some fun or flair to your eyes. Apply the eyeshadow along your lash line or waterline with the meeting.
Q: What can I use instead of eyeliner to make my eyes look bigger or brighter?
A: You can use white, nude, or light-colored eyeliner, eyeshadow, and a small brush to make your eyes look more open or awake. Apply the product to your inner corners, lower lash line, or waterline.
Q: What can I use instead of eyeliner to make my lashes look fuller or longer?
A: You can use an eyelash curler and mascara to make your lashes look more voluminous or lengthened. Curl your lashes before applying mascara, and wiggle the wand from the roots to the tips.
A lot of alternatives for eyeliners have come up here and these are the safest ones that are given up here. Among all these the almond liner is the most suggested one. It smudges less and stays the most. Rest can also be used as an alternative to eyeliner and kajal both.