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Have you ever looked back to those horrific pictures when you were younger and had no clue how to use an eyeliner pencil? I used to line my eyes like a raccoon before I knew the proper tips and tricks to complement my eye shape. A common problem with using eyeliner is lining your bottom waterline too hard. A harsh line closes the eyes and makes them appear smaller, which is the opposite effect that most of us desire. We all want to look doe-eyed and awake and lucky for us there are techniques we can do to make this happen! Check out these awesome eye-widening products and how to use them!A light-colored eyeliner used on the bottom waterline will open the eyes and make them appear larger. We recommend a pink or beige color like this Tarte Inner Rim Liner so the look is more natural.If you’re looking for a more dramatic eye-widening technique, go with a white eyeliner on the bottom waterline like this Urban Decay Glide-On Eye Pencil. Just be careful not to go too crazy with the liner or it can look overdone.Dabbing a little bit of highlighter in the inner corner of the eyes is another great way to brighten the eyes and look more awake. This Anastasia Amrezy Highlighter can be used on the eyes, face, and body for an illuminating glow.Another trick is to tightline the upper waterline to give the appearance of fuller lashes making the eyes look larger. This Sex Kitten Liner from Tarte is a waterproof gel-liner that is formulated for tightlining without smudging.If don’t feel like putting any makeup on, simply curling the eyelashes will accentuate them and lift the eye. The Tweezerman ProCurl Eyelash Curler will maximize your curl and do wonders for your lashes.A good mascara is sometimes all you need to make smaller eyes appear larger. Go for a lengthening mascara with a tiny bristles like this Benefit Roller Lash Mascara. Start at the root of the lash and wiggle your way out for maximum volume and length.

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