Introduction: Simple Winged Eyeliner
Doing killer winged eyeliner is an amazing skill to have. Winged eyeliner looks good on everyone, if it's done right. It can make the eyes look bigger, and it can make them look a lot brighter. Read on to master your eyeliner in a few simple steps.
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Step 1: Choosing Eyeliner
Get your hands on a good pencil, gel, or liquid liner (this tutorial will involve liquid).
Step 2: Is It Good Quality?
If you're using liquid, make sure the brush is thin and precise. If it's gel, make sure the brush you're using is angled and thin.
Step 3: Filling In
Draw a line of your desired thickness as close to your lash line as possible. Begin at the inner corners, and end at the edge of your lashes.
Step 4: Winging It
At the outer corner of your eye, draw a straight slanted line that goes up towards your brows. It should end right at the crease of your eyelid.
Step 5: Fill It In
Fill in the blank area so that the first line and the wing meet. Take your time to make sure that it's smooth and even.
Step 6: Finish It Off
Fill in your eyebrows and pair your liner with lots of mascara, or even false lashes if you have the time.
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