in my opinion you only look good with C or D when you have walleyes like Kate Moss. It will make your eye look more straight. If you're already crosseyed or normal, long eyeliners make you look (even more) crosseyed. www.smh.com.au/.../1319093988813.jpg
I like dramatic winged eyeliner. But it's kinda time consuming to get it right, so for everyday looks I prefer it to be slightly long. The line is gradually thicker towards the end. Sometimes I wear mascara and kohl or white pencil with it and sometimes I don't. Sometimes I opt for a smoky eye look, while other days I do only my top lashes, leaving the bottom ones bare. Eyeliner is actually a part of myself. If I'm out without it, it means that I'm tired or sick or headed to gym.
I used to apply it with a heavy hand, usually, but I'd keep it more or less on the... y'know, the eyeline I guess?, I don't know my makeup theory. I wouldn't normally extend it much but I would experiment with that sometimes. But my thing was glittery gold mascara lmao. I was so damn tacky