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Winged Eyeliner Tutorial by Kate McCormack

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In these pictures I used Youngblood Eclipse gel liner and the Inglot 31t angled liner brush.


Important To Note:

Eyeliner isn’t something that comes naturally to most people – it requires practise.  

 fin look

Step 1.

Using your eyeliner of choice (Gel, liquid, felt tip pen etc.), pull your liner across your eye starting from the outside of your eye towards your inner tear duct, gradually thinning out the line the closer you get to tear duct.

You want this to be as straight as possible and as close to your natural lash line so there is no ‘white gaps’ between your liner and your lashes!

step 1

Step 2.

Whilst looking straight ahead into a mirror with your eye open, follow your bottom waterline and extend your liner outwards, as seen in the picture.

This will be your bottom line for your flick so you can have it as long or as short as you wish depending on your eye shape.

step 2

Step 3.

We now want to pull the liner back in towards the first line we drew to create that wing.

Starting from the end of line we created in Step 2, pull a line in towards the lash line, creating a triangle shape as seen in the picture. This is how we thicken up the liner and create the wing.

step 3

Step 4.

This is the easiest step. Simply fill in the triangle shape that we created in step 3.

Add mascara or some fake lashes to complete the look.

step 4

Kate Recommends:

Favourite eyeliners:

-Inglot gel liner #77

-Youngblood gel liner ‘eclipse’

-Blank Canvas ‘Winging It’ felt tip pen.

Favourite brushes:

-Inglot 31T angled brush

-Louise Young pointed liner brush.

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