Winged Eyeliner For Beginners 101

Okay, I got to put this put for all my friends here that some of you may know that I’m no beauty artist by profession but I love talking about beauty and obsessed with makeup.

Winged Line has got to the most unpredictable thing in makeup. You never know what shape you’ll end up with. One wrong move & you’ll have to think of ways to make it look right. I thought I’d share with you how I’ve been doing mine, because I think it’s almost mistake-proof. I’ve received many compliments from friends who commented on my winged liner over the past few posts. I wanted to express my thanks, you know who you are. This is how Winged Eyeliner for Beginners 101 begins.

This post is for anyone and everyone who wants to learn how to do a winged liner. Doing a winged liner is pretty tricky at first but once you’ve mastered it, it’ll come to you naturally.

By the way, this is how I lined my eyes in the Starlooks Pro Luxe Longwear Eyeliner Pen. It’s a sample product which I received from my August Ipsy Glam Bag. You can use any liquid eyeliner pen for that matter.

winged liner starlook

So, here’s a step-by-step tutorial:

  1. Apply eyeshadow on lid. Here I used a pink fuchsia shade on lid and purple on the crease. Start by using the eyeliner to draw a thin line on the outer corner as shown on picture on the far right. Like so.
  2. Then lining from center of lid towards the outer corner, stop after drawing 1/2 ” or so- as shown.
  3. Continue to line straight out. Make sure the end doesn’t exceed the end of your eyebrow tail.
  4. Now join from the outer end and bring it into the middle lash line of your eye.
  5. Line the rest of your eye starting from center to the inner corner. Try to make it thinner as it goes in.
  6. Time to fill inside the lines now& tightline the inner part of your eye now, so there’s no visible gaps.
  7. DONE!

winged eye liner tutorial

Winged Eyeliner Final Look.

It’s up to you whether you want to line the lower lash line or not. I prefer not to do it. Lastly, I applied mascara on top & bottom lashes. But if you like, continue with your favorite falsies. Et voila! Hope this helps.

Quote taken from Melt Cosmetics “If you can handle liquid liner. You can handle anything life throws at you”.

What do you think of this winged eyeliner tutorial. Is this helpful. I love to hear your comments.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read.

Sharon xoxo

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  1. This makes it look SO easy and I love that you’ve used a felt tip liner, they’re my fave! xxx

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  2. neversaydiebeauty says:

    Very helpful, Sharon! Gotta try again. On my older eyes, it’s not easy 😉

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  3. Great tutorial! I wish I had this when I first started!!

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  4. Ursula Ball says:

    I love how you added pictures along with clear instructions since I am mostly a visual learner when it comes to makeup!



  5. I am so so so awful at liquid liner, especially now that I’ve switched from a felt tip to a brush tip! I hate the new eyeliner I got, but I have yet to get a new one. This is a great tutorital, I’ll have to keep it in mind for when I finally ditch the brush tip!


  6. Excellent tutorial!!!!!!!! Perfect wing!

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  7. I’ll try this tutorial. Winged liner is the bane of my existence so maybe this will work!

    -Erika |

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  8. Great tutorial lovely! 👌🏼😌xx, Annie | Annie’s Beauty

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  9. This is a great tutorial! I love felt tip eyeliners like this, they’re so easy to use!

    Molly and Stacie

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  10. ingrid says:

    I wished I could rock a winged eyeliner 😦 Great tutorial sweetie xxx

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  11. […] shadow in the creases and magenta #4 on the outer line. Finish up with a simple wing wearing Starlooks Pro Eyeliner Pen and Hydra Lash mascara by Joe […]

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