Fall Smokey Winged Liner




Introduction: Fall Smokey Winged Liner

About: i have a youtube channel and love to share my ideas :)

Heres a different look but looks amazing! Will defiantly get people looking for all the right reasons.

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Step 1:

So first just taking a light skin toned eyeshadow apply this allover the lid up into the brow. Then with a light brown shade apply this to the crease just to bring some shape and definition back to the eye.

Step 2:

Then firstly with a yellow shade apply this to the lower lash line and then wing this out. You are going to want to take the yellow quite low as we will be adding 2 more colours.

Then with a burnt orange shade apply this agin on the lower lash line and wing it out but not as far down as the yellow.

Finally with a pink red shade apply this to the waterline and then the lower lash line and wing it out again keeping it above everything else.

Step 3:

Then with a chocolate brown shade apply this as a wing on your upper lid. The reason for using shadow is so that is going to be easier to keep smokey.

With the same red pink shade apply think just above the wing you have just done and this will bring everything together and also soften the line too.

Step 4:

Then with you mascara just apply this to your top and lower lashes.

Step 5:

With white shadow apply this right on the inner corner to make the eyes pop and open up.

Step 6:

Finally add your lashes to help open up your eyes and make the look.

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    3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this. Your eyes are beautiful and I love your eyebrows too. :) The only thing I didn't care for was the reddish color...on the waterline...it wouldn't work for me. But, the whole instructable is great and you look beautiful. I don't know how you got the closeups - good job!