How to do winged eyeliner for beginners

Hello to all my beautiful readers! I know for a fact that most of you would agree with me if I say that a girl’s makeup isn’t complete without a swipe of her favorite eyeliner! And how can we forget our precious eyeshadow? Both of these are quite an essential part of eye makeup. So today I am going to tell you how to do winged eyeliner for beginners and to ‘Get a perfect winged eyeliner and prevent eye shadow fallout’.

It seems that winged eyeliner is quite the craze lately. It helps you perfect your eye shadow and eye liner look. Definitely. It takes some practice but it works wonders! Let us take a look at this winged eyeliner tutorial.

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How to do winged eyeliner for beginners (Winged eyeliner steps):

Step 1:


To begin, take a piece of Scotch tape and press it to your hand a few times to make it less sticky. If you don’t do this you’ll leave sticky on your face or worse stretch your under eye skin

Step 2:

Place the tape underneath your bottom lashes at the outer corner of your eye and angle it towards your temple. Avoid angling the tape towards the end of your brow, otherwise, your wing can take on more of a hooked appearance.

Step 3:

Begin doing your eyeshadow and then drawing your eyeliner in the middle of your upper lash line, which is where the liquid line should begin to thicken. Draw a stripe to the outer corner of your eye using short, dash-like strokes.

Step 4:

Using the tape like a straight-edged ruler, continue drawing your line along the tape past the outer corner. Don’t worry if some of the liners bleeds onto the tape. Make sure the liner gradually gets thinner and thinner as you sketch out the line.

Step 5: 

Remove the tape gently and proudly revel in your pristine wing. Winged eyeliner with tape is one of the most widely used winged eyeliner tricks.

I hope now you know how to do winged eyeliner for beginners. You are now completely ready to flaunt your winged eyeliner styles!


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