LOTW: Of Course You Should Layer Your Eyeliner For Fall

'Tis the season for wearing layers. Ya know?
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'Tis the season for wearing layers. Ya know?

Every week I get so excited to see what you lovely ladies (and more recently, you gents) are bringing to the table for Look Of The Week. You guys have no idea how hard it is to pick my favorites from the bunch; so many options! Here are my favorites from last week.

Kelly Bee’s electric liner was really calling my name, so I decided to try the look three different ways: classic, layered, and triple layered. 

The Classic Flick 

green  liquid eyeliner

No bells and whistles, just a simple cat-eye.

I decided to use emerald for this because I’m in love with this Revlon ColorStay Skinny Liquid Liner in Green Spark. 

green liquid eyeliner

The green makes for a fun and unexpected pop!

The Dashing Double

dotted blue eyeliner

Emerald liner on top, dashed extreme blue liner on bottom. 

There is something so fun about pairing two vibrant hues together; it just looks so cool. Here I add some NYX Studio Liquid Liner in Extreme Blue to my lower lash line, extending up into the emerald wing. To add more playfulness, I did so in dashes rather than one full line. From far away you can’t really tell, but close up it just adds a bit of visual interest. 

colored liquid eyeliner

More subtle from a distance.

The Trifecta

gold eyeliner

Layered blue and green liner with a gold-dotted flick. 

They say three’s company, but the party can’t start without some glitter, right? For this look I lined my upper lid with the emerald liner extending in a slight wing. I thickened and elongated the wing with the electric blue liner. Finally, I dotted NYX Liquid Crystal Liner in Crystal Silk along the wing extension. 

electric eyeliner look

Cue some Ke$ha; I’m ready to party. (OK, not really.)

Are you guys into these layered electric liner looks? Show me your LOTW down in the comments or catch me on Instagram , Twitter, or Facebook and tag @xoVain and/or use #xoLOTW.