Here's how to get this tricky part of your makeup routine right.
It's probably the trickiest part of your makeup routine - but it's also the one that makes the most difference.
1. Overdoing it on the bottom lid.
Heavily lining your lower lid -- especially with a very dark color -- can make your eyes look smaller, says Mary Clarke, a product analyst in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute beauty lab. Plus, you're more likely to end up with under-eye smudges. If you want to define your lower eyelid, use a light pencil or, for an even more subtle look, a light brown or taupe eye shadow. Clarke recommends MAC Pro Longwear pencil, a top-performer in our tests.
2. Putting it on unevenly, resulting in a jagged look.
It's so frustrating to have to wipe off that line on your upper lid with makeup remover a million times before you get it right. To keep liner straight, avoid tugging at the outer corners of your eyes, makeup artist Laura Geller told Good Housekeeping. "This can