Eyeliner is an essential part when doing makeup that you mustn’t miss, and now in the beauty world, winged eyeliner is popular among many makeup gurus. However, this is the hardest part when you apply your makeup, and not a one-winged style is able for any eye shape. Admit it, this may be the reason why you always late for work or school.
Recognize your eye shape can help you choose your perfect winged eyeliner, with this guide below will help you master perfect eye s for your make up.
Monolid means have a small crease and with this shape, you should be considered the thin winged eyeliner look. Keeping your eyes open, drawing your way from the inner to the outer corner, and finally at the end, taper the line at the end of your lid and fill it in to form a sharp wing.
With this style, you should use liquid liner to make it easier to draw.
Winged Eyeliner for Hooded Eyes
When you open your eyes and realize you don’t have a crease, then you have hooded eyes. It’s super easy to apply a perfect winged eye for hooded eyes by having the outer wing tip when the lid’s hood starts. With this shape, apply your liner in thin strokes and widening as many as you want.
For this eye shape, you should lengthen and lift up your lash line. Extending the line upward to the outer edge of your brow to make your eyes look bolder. Make sure your eyes still open when you are doing it. Lastly, fill in your wings to the thickness that you want. And then you will have gorgeous winged eyeliner.
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Winged Eyeliner for Upturned Eyes
Upturned eyes are when your lash line has a slight upturn at the outer corner. In this case, try to have the outline of a scalene triangle, and fill the blank space. Finally, draw a line to the inner corner of your eyes and extend it down to your tear duct. And there you are, a perfect eyeliner.