Whether on clothes or tablecloths, scalloped hems are cute, flirty and super ladylike. This summer, we鈥檒l definitely see them everywhere from accessories to dresses 鈥 but what about on your face? Jennifer Gonzalez thinks it works. The makeup artist and YouTube vlogger calls it 鈥渂ubble liner鈥 but the look is the same as the scalloped hem on those cute shorts you just picked up 鈥 graceful yet graphic lines.

While the look seems really complicated to pull off, it鈥檚 actually pretty easy, even easier than your normal cat eye. All you need is eyeliner. Yup, that鈥檚 it.

STEP 1: LINE LID OF TUBE AND聽PRESS TO EYELID

Bubble Liner

First, you use liquid eyeliner to line the edge of an eyeliner cap. While Jennifer used gel liner for her look, I found it didn鈥檛 work very well for me and used Rimmel London聽Glam Eyes Professional Liquid Liner ($6). Press the eyeliner tube along the lash line like a stamp. Add more liner to the tube as needed.

STEP 2:聽COLOR BETWEEN THE LINES

Bubble Liner

Use your eyeliner to fill in the scalloped lines and add a cat eye.

STEP 3: TIDY UP THE LINES

Bubble Liner

Clean up any mistakes with a tissue or a foundation brush with a little foundation on it. And you鈥檙e done! I loved this look and so did my friends on Facebook and Instagram.

Trying out bubble liner. Thoughts?

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No really, read my Instagram comments! The look was a hit, and I would definitely try it out again with colored bubble lines 鈥 maybe with NYX聽Vivid Brights Liner ($7) 鈥 or some glitter. It was easy to execute and, best of all, super fun to wear.

Would you try out bubble eyeliner? Tag us on Instagram @BritandCo if you do.

(Featured photo via @jennyg_makeup)