|Practice, practice practice with gel liner on May 06, 2015 @ 11:42 am|
If you're going for the winged eyeliner look, I think it's best to use a gel liner (like MAC's Gel Pot Liner) with an thin angled liner brush. I much prefer to use that than the liquid liner felt ones that come pre-dipped in the liner.
If you have shaky hands, rest your hand on your cheek when you're drawing the line. If you're really bad with drawing straight lines, you can always have a cut of a piece of paper that will help in tracing a straight line!
But it really comes down to practicing and getting the hang of it :)
|. on May 06, 2015 @ 01:58 pm|
Check Youtube. There are many videos showing you how to perfect it.
|Different on May 07, 2015 @ 10:08 am|
Also, the day and evening looks are totally different. If I'm planning for both I do a simple, thin line for the day and then thicken it up for evening.
|eye liners on May 09, 2015 @ 07:14 pm|
I always use the pencil liner (make sure it's sharpened) first and get it the way I like it the take liquid liner over top for darker look and so it doesn't smudge. As far as technique you kinda have to do it a few times but look up tutorials online that will show you how to do it.
|eye liner on May 10, 2015 @ 08:36 pm|
Hey I saw this in a tutorial on Instagram yesterday and thought I would share. The girl in the video used tape and put on the outer corner of her eye going up in the angle she wanted her wing to go and then put her eye liner one following the line the tape made and then when you pil the tape off you have a perfect line
|Liquid pen eyeliner on May 15, 2015 @ 12:17 pm|
I love using liquid pens for my eyeliner. They are so easy to use! I love the one from TheFaceShop its called the extreme brush pen eyeliner and it has a fine tip that makes it really easy to create a winged liner look.