If you aren't familiar, allow us to introduce you to lived-in eyeliner. The look is a smudgy and oops-I-slept-in-my-makeup-but-still-woke-up-looking-great vibe—but not in a messy way. Think Sarah Jessica Parker's trademark jungle-green smoky eye (which she'll leave on for days, by the way). Her look works because she uses Laura Mercier's Caviar Stick in Jungle ($29), which doesn't budge, so she isn't left with a smeared mess come morning. The thing is, though, you don't need to, well, live (or sleep) in your eye makeup to execute lived-in eyes. Instead, you just need the right products and technique in order to pull it off.
We consulted with a few makeup artists to find out how to pull off the nonchalant, cool-girl effect of smudged eyeliner without looking like you just rubbed your eyes.
Just beware of being a bit too smear-happy. "If it's smudged out too wide all the way around, it can look messy and wind up looking like a black eye instead of the cool look you are going for," warns Hatcher.
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Shannon Braslavsky is licensed as an Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner in the state of Arkansas. In addition, she is also the owner of Refine Medical Aesthetics which specializes in Botox, Fillers, Peels and most non-surgical injectables.
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