Lining (or not lining) your eyes gives them different looks and changes the attitude and mood of your features. Play around with all the different ways you can line them, and you'll see what I mean! Here are a few pics of me. I love makeup. And I experiment alot with it, discovering how and why it changes the appearence of the facial features as it brings some things forwards, makes others recede, and creates what is not naturally there.... This is a follow-up to a previous thread about eyeliner... But I thought Id make a sub-thread complete with photos so you can see for yourself how even a subtle difference with a eyeliner pencil can create a whole different face... Below: Here, I have heavily lined the top and inner rim (waterline) for a dramatic effect. I concentrated on drawing the curve slightly downwards on the inner corners and lifted them up on the outer corners, creating the exaggerated cat-eye flick: Below: Here is me with eyeliner on the top lid only, carefully flicked out the corners. I have used mascara sparingly on the lower lashes for subtle definition, making the face look 'softer' Below: And finally, here I have used black eyeliner on the top lid. I have used colours (green, aquas, blues) as eyeliner for the bottom. I used a thickening, curling mascara to draw the eyes up and create a darker, thicker line at the lash base: See how different the application of eyeliner changes the whole face? What do you think?