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If you are looking for ways to draw that perfect winged eyeliner you see on models and makeup artists, look no further. Here’s a step by step tutorial on drawing a winged liner.
What you would need
You have to draw your winged eyeliner after applying eyeshadow. Doing it the other way round would just cover all your hard work.
Step 1- Using your cream liner and angled brush (or liquid liner), draw a line from the end of your lash line upward
Step 2 – Connect the line from the top to the inner corner of your eye.
Step 3 – Fill it in with your liquid liner
step 4 – Use your angled brush with a little concealer to clean up any smudges or irregularities
If you don’t quite understand the steps, here’s a pictorial that shows similar steps
You can also watch this video by ItsBrittxoxoxo
Angled liner hack
Not everybody has a straight hand or an artistic side so you may not always get the angled liner right – one may be a little loopy and one may be more angled than the other. Some makeup artists/enthusiasts have found it easier (and more precise) to use a spoon to draw their angled liner. Below is a pictorial on how it’s done.
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