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The 3 Step Winged Liner

Monday, November 9, 2015
Hi Guys! We are  officially in "Holiday Season" which apart from Family Dinners and various events means Make-Up Trends!


This trend is one that has never gone out of style like the Little Black Dress and I've figured out a way to do it in 3 Steps. Follow my steps below to get the perfect winged Liner in 3 easy steps.

STEP 1 


Take a Black eye liner to draw a line on your top lid line. It's best if the line is thin since it will serve as your base. Think of an actual wing and notice how thin the base is. To get the perfect line I like to use anything that has a straight edge ( that is safe and won't harm you ..lol ) Some people use tape .. whatever floats your  Boat.


STEP 2 


Draw another line to meet where you liner stops then draw it all the way down to the middle of your lid. This line should also be thin.


STEP 3


Fill in both lines with a Black Eyeliner. I like to use a Liquid Eyeliner as I feel it gives it just the right amount of drama and intensity and it make the Wing lasts longer.


Let me know how you do the Perfect Winged Liner

**Remember , it's just and only make-up. It washes off quite easily with soap and water :-) Let's not make a big deal and have fun with it ** If you would like to skip the DIY Makeup Trends you can always find a Salon that offers Full Services which include makeup. Check out best hair salons in portland

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19 comments on "The 3 Step Winged Liner"
  1. What a simple way to do something that looks so difficult to achieve. I will have to give this technique a try.

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  2. That looks awesome. I bet I would poke my own eye out if I tried that on myself LOL :)

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  3. I've never tried to apply this look on myself, but I really do like the style of it. You make it seem pretty easy to do too!

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  4. Looks good! I always have issues getting my eye liner just right!

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  5. That is such a cute look for your eyes! I need a fresh new look and this looks like something even I can do! Thanks for making it so simple!

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  6. I did something like this for my halloween costume. It's fun playing w/makeup!

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  7. My eyeliner seems to always get the best of me! But I will take your tips and try again!

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  8. I love this look! I really want to try this myself.

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  9. I could not figure this out and you make it look so easy! Thanks!!

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  10. I've always been terrible at winged liner but you make it look so easy! I'm going to give your steps a try next time I'm looking to do a winged look!

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  11. I need to try this. I am just starting to wear more make up and learning all these cool tricks and tips is helping

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  12. I love the look of winged eyeliner. Thanks for sharing this easy tip. I always try to freehand it and it can be tough.

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  13. I don't know if this would look good on my eye. I don't have as much space before my crease and not sure his winged look would show.

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  14. I cannot live without my eyeliner - thanks for showing step by step how to achieve this look.

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  15. You did a great job with the application. It really does look nice.

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  16. Great tips. I am not very good at applying eye liner, definitely sounds very helpful to give it a try!

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  17. So that's how you do it... well sheesh that's not as difficult as I thought it was going to be.
    Looks so beautiful too!

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  18. I don't even wear eyeliner. It's way beyond my makeup skills. You do a great job tho! :)

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  19. Do you know how much I have wanted to have this look? I could never figure it out. My daughter does it like no big deal and she is only 17. Thanks for the easy tutorial.

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