WINGED EYELINER TUTORIAL

WINGED EYELINER TUTORIAL_ done 2

Here is a quick tutorial on how get my everyday winged liner look. I love winged liner because it adds definition to your eye and also looks cute. This isn’t the super thick and curve winged liner look, this is (in my opinion) an easier and more wearable winged liner look. Also I am not a professional, I just want to share with you my way of doing my winged liner.

WINGED EYELINER TUTORIAL_ eyelinerFor this tutorial and most of the days, I use Master Precise Liquid Eyeliner Pen by Maybelline. This eyeliner is affordable and lasts throughout the day. For first time liquid eyeliner users, I recommend using liquid eyeliner in a pen, like above, because it is easier to control therefore easier to achieve the right shape.  If I want a more long lasting, intense winged liner, I first use gel liner then apply liquid liner above it.

Let’s get started…

1. Start off by creating a diagonal line  starting from the outer corner of your eye. This line should extend the line of your waterline/lower lash line. I like to draw this line up to my “crease”, as seen below

WINGED EYELINER TUTORIAL_ Mark collage

 

2. Next,  connect that line you just created with another line that has a slight curve starting from the middle of the upper lash line. This will create the winged eyeliner effect. Fill the shape in.

WINGED EYELINER TUTORIAL_ fill in collage

3. Continue the line by drawing small dashes to the inner corner of the eye. Using small dashes will make it easier to draw a smooth, even line. Fill in any patches (make the colour go as close to the lash line as possible) then line your tight line.

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You’re done! Use mascara to complete this look.

I hope you found this tutorial helpful. Don’t expect to get it right the first time, liquid eyeliner is very tricky. The first time I tried to do a winged liner was a big disaster.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Good luck x

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xx Julia Donnarie

 

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