Woman shares easy way she gets even eyeliner

WITH over one billion active users each month, TikTok has become the go-to for many when searching for inspiration and different hacks, especially ones that could save you some time.

From using a spoon to achieve the perfect cut-crease to squeezing your nose for a sharp contour, this social media giant definitely is home to some of the weirdest make-up tricks.

That's one way of doing it...


That’s one way of doing it…Credit: tiktok @meena.beauty

The TikToker, @meena.beauty, is famous for her extravagant eye make-up looks and she is always on the lookout for easier ways of applying eyeliner.

We all know the struggle of achieving an even eyeliner – it’s either wobbly, too thick or the lines don’t match on each eye; you’re left looking like you did your eyeliner with your left foot.

This make-up artist discovered a savvy way to make the process a little easier – but it’s left the viewers divided.


The hack in question involves using…

A fork.

In the video, the beauty guru places the sharp kitchen utensil on her eyelid and uses the straight space as her guide.

While it’s definitely a time-saving method – it took her less than 30 seconds – some people were not too convinced by the innovative idea.

”That’s a good way of getting food poisoning,” one wrote.

Others were concerned of the safety: ”Be careful…You could open your eye and poke yourself…”

Although there were a couple of those who thought it was ”cute” and said they’d try it, the overall sentiment could be summed up by this reaction: ”Naa, I’ll skip it.”

For more tips and tricks, read about this woman whose boyfriend thinks she’s had a lip biller – thanks to a make-up hack.

Also, you’ve been doing your makeup wrong – how to give yourself an instant nose job with one easy beauty hack.

Plus, woman’s ‘flawless foundation’ method goes viral and the key is an old PICTURE frame.

Although the end result is fabulous, we're not entirely convinced it's the safest method out there


Although the end result is fabulous, we’re not entirely convinced it’s the safest method out thereCredit: tiktok @meena.beauty
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