This is a very tricky question and I have great news for you, lovelies! Let’s face it, doing a winged liner can be a tacky things to do. I find it difficult even for myself. I have been practising and practising but sometimes if I’m not in a mood, then winged eyes can’t fly : ( It’s disasterous if lack of focus (arrghh!!).
maybelline eyestudio gel liner in charcoal
marcelle monocromatic eyeshdaow quad
maybelline big eyes waterproof mascara
essence coverstick in 04 true nude
elf professional eyeshadow brush
So, here are some of the tips which I find them helpful and without hesitation, I like to share them with you. How to do a nice beautiful winged liner without putting on a sweat?
Tip #1 – turn on your favorite music. I would prefer blues or musical music. But no rap or hip hop music, please. We don’t want to dance to the beat quite yet. Remember, we need to calm down and stay focus here.
Tip #2 – close all doors, turn on lights and get ready all the makeup tools you need.
Tip # 3 – invest in a good eyeliner
Tip #4 – sit on a nice comfortable chair and have a proper lightup makeup mirror
Tip #5 – eye makeup remover and Q-tip
Then the ultimate process begins,
by start applying the makeup base foundation, eye concealer and then once all prep. Let’s begin:-
First of all, start with a clean eyes. Meaning no eye makeup for example mascara and eyeshadow. Examine where you want your wing. Then follow the bottom lashline as a reference.
Then begin to make a thin line at the bottom of the lashline diagonally at a 45 degree angle from bottom line up. Drag the line longer if you wish to have a more dramatic winged liner. Do this with your eyes open. Look straight into the mirror and do the same on the other eyes. Make sure you have a perfect balance line.
Next, with your eyes closed, use your pointer finger to pull your eye lids to your brow brown while applying liner very closed to your lashline from center to connect the line to meet the wing. Then from the top of the wing, draw a straight line to the center of the lid. Continue to fill inside the liner. I prefer to use gel eyeliner instead of liquid liner but it’s entirely up to you. Whichever you find easier. For me, I’m using gel eyeliner for more control when doing this look.
The last steps is just to continue lining the lashline as you would applying your eyeliner. I like drawing a thin line at the beginning of my eyes and then thicken towards the end of my eyes. If you need to clean up the edges for a clean perfect wing, that’s when the Q-tip and eye remover comes in handy.
I then finished up with mascara and then with a neutral color shadow for an awesome look.
So, congratulations, yo. Look a perfect winged eyeliner makeup look. yes!!!
I hope you find this makeup tips helpful and interesting. Leave comment below if you have other tips for your own type of eyes, feel free to share : )
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