How to Recreate the Perfect Winged Eyeliner Effect

How to Recreate the Perfect Winged Eyeliner Effect

Eyeliner is probably one of the most favourite items of makeup ever – whether you are looking for a more relaxed and low maintenance day look or a dramatic and daring evening style, eyeliner is the perfect finishing touch for any occasion. Yet, creating the perfect winged eyeliner look has always been a challenge even for the most skilled makeup artists out there. Not to worry – this pictorial is here to help you achieve a flawless makeup every time you try to put your eyeliner on.

Step 1: Start by drawing a line diagonally from the other corner of the eye towards the eyebrow – this will give you the perfect flick.

Step 2: Use your free hand to stretch your lid outward to make your lid smooth and wrinkle free. Then, grab your liquid eyeliner and draw a straight line from the outer corner of your eyelid towards the end of your eyebrow.

Step 3: When you open your eyes it will create a little curve that follows along your crease line, leaving the same space between the crease and the whole liner. You can now decide the length and angle of your eye liner. If you want to make your eyeliner thick, draw a bigger triangle.

Step 4: Starting from the inner corner of you upper eyelid, begin drawing a delicate line along your entire lash line. This way you can easily determine the width, length and look of your eyeliner.

Step 5: If you find it difficult to hold up your hand in the air while applying the eyeliner, then you can place your finger on your cheek bone so that you can get enough support and create the eyeliner more accurately. Now you should have a very thick line on the upper lashes as part of the final winged eye effect.

Step 6: Finish off your look with several coats of your long-lasting mascara. To give the illusion of super long lashes, place the wand deep into the base of the lashes and wiggle it back and forth as many times as necessary.

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