How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

Hey everyone! 

Today is a lovely day, its raining outside and I’m sitting in with a hot cup of coffee. I just got a text from my dearest friend asking me to do a tutorial on how to do a winged eyeliner. So, here I am. I will show you how you can create a simple winged eyeliner by yourself. 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

Let me just start by saying: Yes, it takes time to perfect it. When I started out, I didn’t even have the supplies. I used the Colossal Kajal as an eyeliner and drew extra LONG wings. Not only did it look unnatural, it also messed up after a few hours. As it turns out, using Kohl to create a crisp, winged eyeliner look is a BAD IDEA. I recommend getting a liquid eyeliner, first. It’s a little tricky, just like normal paint and brush you’ll get better after every try. Liquid ones cost around 50₹ onwards, depending on the brand and quality you choose. Gel liner, on the other hand, is quite pricey but I personally feel it’s much easier to perfect than the liquid eyeliner. 

Let’s quickly get to the tutorial, Shall we? 

STEP 1: Assess: Find out what shape your eyes are. Find the end of your eyes, close your eyes and draw a line in the upward direction. 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

STEP 2: Apply a thin line on eyes closest to your eyelashes. 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

STEP 3: Connect the line you drew in step 1 to the one you drew in step 2. 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

STEP 4: Apply the eyeliner once again, this time make it thicker, like shown: 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

STEP 5: Let it dry. Don’t touch it, don’t blow on it, just let it dry on its own. Additionally, you can use a cotton swab to wipe off any excess liner. 

Pro Tip: If you have small eyes, apply a thin eyeliner and use white Kohl on your lower lash line. 

 

How to do Winged Eyeliner: Just Wing it! 

Well, ladies and gentlemen, this is as easy as it gets. If you still have problems perfecting this technique, I recommend getting eyeliner stencils which you can just place on your eye and fill ’em up! Easy Peasy! 

If you still have any questions, suggestions or blog post ideas, comment down below. 

Until next time, 

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