How to do a perfect winged eyeliner?
We all know the secret to a flawless eyeliner look and that is definitely not in your hands. You might have tried hard, but probably your winged eyeliner doesn’t look as good as you had expected. If you want to give yourself a one-of-a-kind winged liner look, it’s important that you practice daily in order to get the hang of it. In this article, we are going to mention some of the most important tips for beginners who want to create a perfect winged liner with ease and perfection. Read on to find out more about these tips:
1. Apply an eye primer to keep your eyeliner in place.
Before you apply the eyeliner, make sure that your eyes are well-hydrated. This will ensure that the eyeliner doesn’t crack and smudge on your skin.
For a perfect winged liner look, we recommend using an eye primer before lining your eyes. A good primer will help keep your eyeliner in place for longer and also help you get a sharper line every time.
2. Pick a liquid eyeliner and start drawing a line from the inner corner of your eye outward.
If you’re using a pencil, this is where you would stop and pick up your brush. If you’re using a liquid liner (the best option), keep going! Start by drawing a thin line from the inner corner of your eye outwards toward where you want your wing to end. This will give you something to work with when it comes time to fill in that part later on in Step 4. Make sure that it’s thick enough but not too thick—the point of this step is to get an easy-to-work-with base for Step 3 (and if there’s too much product built upon the brush, it’ll make things difficult). Once again, make sure that both sides are symmetrical—this will help ensure that both wings look even when filled in!
3. Make sure the line is thick enough, but not too thick.
The goal here is to make sure that the line is thick enough, but not too thick. You want it to be visible, but not over-the-top. There should be a subtle difference between the width of your pencil and the thickness of your actual line.
This can be a challenge if you’re new at doing liner, as it will be hard for you to guess what will look right. The best thing to do is practice! Practice on paper until you know how much pressure is needed for drawing out each kind of liner (pencil or liquid). Then practice on yourself until you have the technique down pat before moving on to other people’s faces
4. Once you are done with the first stroke, continue the line by drawing on top of the first one until you get to the desired thickness and shape.
Once you are done with the first stroke, continue the line by drawing on top of the first one until you get to the desired thickness and shape.
Next, use a brush to fill in the gap between your inner corner and outer corner. This step is optional but can help make your wing look thicker and bolder.
To create a sharp, crisp line that doesn’t have too much thickness or thickness at all (depending on how dramatic you want it), use a thin brush instead of an angled eyeliner brush or angled liner brush.
5. Fill in the gap with the liner and make sure it’s as sharp as possible at the endpoint of your winged eyeliner, like a cat-eye style.
- Fill in the gap with the liner and make sure it’s as smooth as possible at the endpoint of your winged eyeliner, like a cat-eye style.
Use a makeup brush to fill in the gap if you have one on hand (you can also use a cotton swab if you don’t). I personally prefer using Q-tips because they’re easy to clean up, but any sort of brush will work here! Once you’ve filled in your winged liner, clean up any stray edges with either some baby oil or Vaseline applied with an eyeshadow sponge or foundation brush.
- Tip: Make sure that none of your liners touches or overlaps your waterline—this is one of those mistakes people tend to make when attempting this look for the first time!
Do not feel pressured to get it right on the first try – it takes practice to perfect this look!
Don’t be afraid of making mistakes! At first, you will probably get the eyeliner wrong and it will look funny. That is normal. The best way to fix it is by using a Q-tip and some makeup remover to remove the incorrect lines. Practice makes perfect! If you don’t like your first attempt at winged eyeliner, try again until you get it right! It can take a few tries before you feel comfortable with this look; don’t give up!
If you are still having trouble getting the winged eyeliner right, ask someone who knows how to apply makeup for help!
Practice makes perfect! So, when you’re learning a new skill and trying to build your confidence, go easy on yourself. While it won’t happen overnight, you will get better with time. Try not to compare yourself to other people who seem effortlessly good at things like this (you know they’ve practiced too!). Instead of getting frustrated, focus on what you have achieved so far. You will surprise yourself if you give it enough time.