Hey guys, welcome to my another tutorial on Photoshop. You went to a party and your wife forgot to put on eyeliner. After looking at the images, she realized that she had made a terrible mistake. Her eyes are looking completely plain in the photos. Now she can’t upload those adorable photos on Instagram because of one small mistake. Fortunately, we have something in Photoshop that can save her soul. So let’s begin our today’s tutorial on How to Add Eyeliner in Photoshop.
Before we begin, I’d like to show you how our final image will look like.
Now that you’ve seen the final image, let’s begin with the tutorial.
Step 1: Download Eyeliner
Download a PNG image of eyeliner.
You need to save the above image in order to proceed. Right click on the image and save it.
Step 2: Copy Eyeliner
Open the image in Photoshop. Open the Layer Panel by pressing F7. Hold down Cmd/Ctrl key and click on the icon shown on the layer panel.
Now press Cmd+C/Ctrl+C to copy the image.
Step 3: Add Eyeliner in Photoshop
Open the image where eyeliner needs to be added.
We need to move the eyeliner to the desired place. We could use any type of move tool but I am using my favrouite, Free Transform Tool. Press Cmd+T/Ctrl+T to activate it. Resize and place the image on her eye. You don’t have to be accurate here. Placing it perfectly will be done in the next step.
Step 4: Transform Eyeliner
To make the eyeliner skewer, hold down Cmd/Ctrl key. Make sure that Free Transform Tool in still activated. You’ll notice that cursor will change to white. Now drag middle right point to make the eyeliner skewer.
You need to do it couple of times to get a perfect picture.
Step 5: Duplicate Eyeliner
Duplicate the layer by pressing Cmd+J/Ctrl+J.
Go to Edit>Transform>Flip Horizontal.
Step 6: Complete the Image
Once again use Free Transform Tool and place the flipped eyeliner on the other eye.
And now you’re done with the image.
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