Monday, October 13, 2014

Easy Winged Liner Tutorial

Winged liner might be the hardest makeup process to master, and it takes a lot of time and practice to get it right. From getting the wings even, to getting the thickness to look smooth and even, winged eyeliner is no easy task. So I am going to share a few tips and tricks that will give you the perfect wing every time!
  •  The easiest was to apply winged liner is with a felt tip pen eyeliner, it makes the process SO easy, and quick. I recommend the Jordana Fabuliner, its cheap, and works wonders. Gel and liquid liners not in pen form are much harder for beginners to use. 
  • Lining tape up on the outer edge of your eyes going u to the tail of your brow, will give you a guide ensuring there will not be liner all over your face. It is not the most comfortable thing in the world but it gets the job done well. Be sure to stick the piece of tape to the back of your hand several times to get off the harsh adhesive that can pull at your eye area. 




  • Working in short strokes, and not trying to create one fluid line will help give you more control and precision. I like to start making dashed lines to start off with a basic liner, and then add the wing. 

  • Once you have created the wing, remove the tape, and apply concealer under your eyes, or complete your makeup. 

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