It’s funny, but creating a perfect wing liner used to be one of the most difficult things for me. But look at me now, all grown up and slaying my eyeliner game, and ready to share my 2 fail-proof techniques to perfectly sharp wing liner application.
Which type of eye shape or color do you have and what eyeliner would bring out your eyes?
the art of applying makeup, any aspect at all takes practice to perfect. The more you do it, the better you get. At a point, you would feel confident enough to invent your own back door. There are thousands of video tutorials on youtube and other blog posts you can read to learn more tricks.
The trick to picture perfect winged liner is having the right applicator or brush and a steady hand. If your applicator or brush is flimsy, expect to get a wonky, not soo perfect winged liner. It doesn’t matter if you’re using the world’s best liquid or gel liner, your final result will be very questionable if you don’t have a steady hand. As a beginner, try getting liquid eyeliners with felt-tips like the markers we used for coloring our coloring books in basic school/pre-school. Here are 2 fail-proof techniques that will ensure that your wing liner game is popping.
First of all, draw an isosceles triangle on the outer corner of your eye and then bring the liner towards the outer corners of your eyes. Bring the lines towards the inner corners of your eyes like shown in the sketch. Fill them in completely. Now that you’re done, imagine an invisible line that continues from the inner corner of your eye to the outermost corner of your lash line. This is where the line should flick up slightly. Relax with this step and take your time with it. Slowly, your cat liner/winged liner begins to come together.
This involves using a piece of tape. Even the best of us do it when we can’t be bothered. Just take a strip of tape and stick it at the back of your hand to reduce its stickiness. Then place it at a 45° angle on the outer part of your eye. Then follow the line gently until it meets your lash line and them you draw short dashes to meet the inner corner of your eye. Fill everything in completely and your good to go.
If you make a mistake with any of the two techniques, don’t stress, you can always clean it up with some concealer. Which of these techniques were your favorite and which one have you tried personally?
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