W I N G E D L I N E R P I C T O R I A L 🔪🔪 Hi babes, I hope you're doing well! Today's post is quite exciting because I'm sharing my first ever pictorial with you guys! If you like these and want to see more with brows, or eyeshadow looks just let me know 🤗 ever since I took an interest in makeup artistry I've come to realize that everybody does their eyeliner in a different way and because everyone has varying eye shapes, eyeliner looks unique and beautiful on everyone! So I just wanted to show you guys my way of going about doing my eyeliner and how it looks on me without any other eye makeup to take away from it ❤️❤️ I really hope you can learn something from it this and I've included details on each of the 6 steps down below in case you need a little extra guidance 😘
Product Details: - @lorealmakeup Infallible Gel Liner in Blackest Black
- @themakeupshack Bent Liner Brush in T71
- @mywunderbrow Wunderbrow in Jet Black - @villainlashes Lashes in Ursula
Steps to perfect winged liner:
1.) Begin by working with a blank space. Apply a primer, concealer, and setting powder all over the lid to give you a nice and even canvas. (These products are not required for the look, I just like to use them to ensure my liner comes out as clean as possible!) 2.) Taking your brush (you can use any brush, I recommend an angled or pointed eyeliner brush for the most precision and control), drag outward, starting from the outer corner of your eye, toward your eyebrow. You can take this line as far out as you'd like to create a subtle or dramatic wing.
3.) Starting from the end of the line we just made, take your brush and drag inward toward your lash line in order to create a triangle shape.
4.) Getting as close as possible to the inner part of your eye, drag your brush lightly along the lash line. Connect this line to the triangle shape you made in the previous step.
5.) Fill in the blank spaces and any gaps so that your liner is smooth when you open and close your eye.
6.) Use your concealer and a small concealer brush to sharpen up the edges of your wing and apply false lashes to complete the look! (Lashes are not needed, but I love to pair them with bold liner!!)