Perfect Winged Eyeliner Tutorial

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Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Hello ladies! Today I decided to show you the way how I create my winged eyeliner. I know there are lots of good detailed tutorials and pictorials on internet. But I still feel that it is my mission to help some of you. So I hope this little tutorial will help you ladies to learn how to create a perfect winged eyeliner.

The most common products we use to create this look are pencil eyeliner (eyepencils and kohls), gel or creamy eyeliner and liquid liner. Usually I'm using liquid liner, but if you want to reach smoky effect you can substitute it with pencil or creamy eyeliner and smudge it after.

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1. Before to start make sure that your eye lid is well prepared, prime it with a primer, foundation, powder or matte eyeshadows - anything you have or need for makeup at the moment. The next step is to find out angle of your future line. For a classic wing line we are using our lover lash line as a guide. It is simple, just draw a line up, as it would continue your lower eye lid;

2. Now line your upper lash line as closer to lashes as possible. It will not look beautiful if you leave some empty spaces between your lashes and the lid;

3. Then we need to draw an upper line connecting outer corner of the eye and the tip of our wing. The thinnest line of our eyeliner will be on the inner corner of the eyes, and the thickest on the outer. It is one of the most important rules of beautiful winged eye;

4. Fill the empty spaces and if you need go back with eyeliner to fix the imperfections or to make it thicker.

We all know that practice makes perfect, so don't get upset if your winged eyeliner will not be perfect at first. If you are a novice try to use eye marker. It is more easy to control and there is absolutely no difference between looks created with marker or any other eyeliners. And don't forget that all people have different eye shapes and skin types. If your eyes are not extended, but hooded or round you will need a different technique of applying winged eyeliner. We girls are all beautiful in our own ways, we just need to learn how to compliment our values :) 

Hugs and kisses,
Liza xoxo

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