Unique, fun and wearable – I love this look! Let’s get started!
- Prep and prime the eyelids. Apply a small amount of Bobbi Brown eyeshadow in Steel to the crease and blend across the outer corner of the eye. As the wing will be quite dramatic, making sure not to apply too much eyeshadow.
- With a flat brush, sweep Mulac Cosmetics eyeshadow in On over the center of the lid.
- Taking Tarte Cosmetics Clay Pot Liner in Black and a thin eyeliner brush, apply a very thin line across the upper lash line, working your way outwards and stopping just before reaching the corner of the outer lash line.
- With most winged liner techniques, it’s best to avoid the crease, but for this look, you actually aim to bring the liner into the crease. Draw a wing upwards, making it as thick or thin as you would like it to be.
- For the bottom wing, the lower lash line and the first wing as a guide. Follow the same direction as the upper line, leaving a thin gap between the two. This can be cleaned up with a small angled brush and a cream concealer if necessary.
- Complete the look, add Eylure No.117 Lashes and a coat of mascara.
Tip – The thinner your brush, the easier it will be to apply the eyeliner.