Makeup Tips and Tricks

#3 Winged Eyeliner

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Believe me when I say, every girl has trouble with doing a winged eyeliner. So do not be discouraged! Honestly, it just takes a lot of practice and identifying the points of your eyes, end of your brows, and the arch of your brows. For beginners, I’d suggest starting off with a gel liner rather than a liquid. With gel liners you can control your motions more, and practice the actual shape of the perfect winged liner. Also, try not to tug on your eyes because that will cause crow’s feet at the corners of your eyes as you age. Start off by lining up the end of your brows as a reference to where your outer line should extend. Then use the arch of your brow as an indicator as to where your wing should meet with the rest of the liner. It’s almost like creating a triangle for the wing. After, just fill it in and even it out!