Kube Studios are the UKs top fashion modelling photography studios. With studios in London, Birmingham and Manchester, we can cater for a wide range of photography needs. Our talented teams will make your day in the studio one to remember. All team members have first hand experience in high end fashion and photography and know exactly what aspiring models need to make a fantastic portfolio that will represent their looks and characters in the best light when applying to major agencies. Here are some fantastic ways to improve your method of doing one of the basic elements of make up, eye liner.
First of all, you have to choose whether you wish to use a powder or liquid eyeliner. If you choose a liquid eyeliner, start by drawing a line as close as you can to the eyelash line, starting at the inner corner and drawing across. A fine line will add discreet emphasis to your eyes, while a thick line will be more striking and make the eyes look bigger. If you draw the line thicker than you wanted, blend it into the eyelid a little using a brush or even just a finger tip. Easy as that! Note that if you are intending to use shadow too, apply this first or it will interfere with your line. Liquid eyeliner is probably the most difficult to apply, so don't worry if it takes a little practice to get the results you want. The make up artists at Kube Studios will attend to your every need so don't concern yourself with trying to do your own make up on the morning of your photo shoot!
If you choose to use a pencil eyeliner they have a tendency to smear and smudge. Don't skimp out and choose by price, go for the best one you can. Go for a retractable pencil version rather than the pencil sharpener ones as they often split and are more likely to snap. Apply shadow after using pencil eyeliner and it will help stop it from smearing. They tend to wear off relatively quickly and shadow helps to make your make up last longer. If you want to find out more about Kube Studios, our other blogs have loads of information about our services and other useful make up and modelling tips. Alternatively, visit the Kube Studios website to find out more.