10 Stunning Floating Eyeliner Looks

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Gemstone Floating Eyeliner

Davy will be the first to show you that you can create floating eyeliner with more than just eyeliner. 

Beautiful in Blue

To rock the look yourself, coat your lids in a vibrant bluish-teal eyeshadow and top it off with two curved lines of liquid white eyeliner. Simple as that!

Sharp Black Floating Eyeliner

Since this floating eyeliner look is particularly sharp, you'll want to use an ultra-fine tipped liquid eyeliner, and keep an angled  water on hand for easy touch-ups.

Double Floating Eyeliner

Creating floating space between two wings, rather than one angled line that continues into your crease, is another method to use floating eyeliner.

Thin Black Floating Eyeliner

Patrick Ta, a celebrity makeup artist, is most known for his filtered complexions, gorgeously flushed cheeks, and red pouts, but he also knows how to use floating eyeliner.

Electric Teal Floating Eyeliner

Leave it to Lizzo to show us how the floating eyeliner trend is done! Here, celebrity makeup artist Alexx Mayo accented a double-flicked wing with a thick

Inverted Neon Floating Eyeliner

Not all floating eyeliner has to be in the form of a wing. Here, Ta shows how extending liner from inner corners can otherwise simple makeup look. And we have to admit.

Blurred Cobalt Floating Eyeliner

Another tip to keep in mind when creating a floating eyeliner look? Here, Ta shows how a slightly diffused cobalt blue line can make quite the eye-catching impact.

60s-Inspired Floating Eyeliner

Love the idea of Alexa Demie's floating eyeliner but want it to pop a bit more? Consider the technique makeup artist Raoúl Alejandre used on Zendaya here. 

Seeing Triple Floating Eyeliner

Love the idea of Alexa Demie's floating eyeliner but want it to pop a bit more? Consider the technique makeup artist Raoúl Alejandre used on Zendaya here.

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