How to Get the Perfect Winged Eyeliner – 3 Easy Steps

The perfect winged eyeliner? Well, there’s a bold claim. The truth is getting that perfect flick, is really not that hard. I used to really struggle with finding where I should place my wing and how thick I should make it. The truth is, all you really need are the right products and practice. In this article, I’ll be giving you guys a step by step guide on how to really perfect that winged eyeliner, or at least how I do it.

The first step to the perfect winged eyeliner is the quality of the actual eyeliner. First of all, I have to recommend the right eyeliner to do the job – the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner (€20/£16). It is notorious for it’s lack of bleeding. It’s highly pigmented and will last for ages. 

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner

1. Line your lashline

The first step would be to line your lashline with your liner. It’s a pretty easy step. Jus simply draw along where your natural lash line is.

2. Set down your cellotape

This trick is what will really give that sharp wing. Take some cellotape, masking tape or even the edge of paper, and place it where your would place your winged liner directly under. Place this tape so that it makes a ‘V’ with the end of your brow. This gives the wing precision and makes it so much easier to do.

3. Draw your wing

With your cellotape as your guide, it’ll be as easy as anything to draw your wing on. Then simply connect your wing to the liner on your lashline and make it as thick as you want to!

Related: BUDGE PROOF Summer Makeup Routine

Tip: The more hooded your eyes, the thinner your liner should be. 

I hope you gathered some useful tips! Have you read my POWERLIPS FLUID LIQUID LIPSTICKS blog post?

xo caro


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