I know that winged liner is one of the trickiest things that you need to master in the world of makeup. So I hope these how to do winged eyeliner for beginners will make it a lot easier for you.
What you want to do is take any clean piece of card that you have, hold it against your eye at a diagonal apply your eyeliner using your card as your guideline and then fill in any gaps.
Once you remove the card you’ll see that you have a perfectly straight edge to your wing, you can then go back in and fill in any little gaps that may have occurred, and there’s your perfect winged eyeliner
The trick is probably my favorite, and this is to use tape I prefer to use tape. Link it down below for you because it comes off nice and quickly and doesn’t pull your skin, same deal as the card trick you’re going to use the tape to get that perfect straight edge to your winged liner, and once again you have a perfect winged liner so simple and easy for beginner.
This one’s a bit trickier; this is the ultimate tape method. So you’re going to apply on tape like you did before but then you’re going to layer another piece of tape on top to create a triangle on the outer corner of your eye.
This is going to be your winged liner, so fill in between two pieces of tape remove them then all you need to do is go back into the middle and the inner corner of your eye fill in any gaps, and there’s a winged liner
Join The Dots
The next one is a popular method how to do winged eyeliner for beginners, and it’s called join the dots. All you do is draw a few dots on top of your lash line; keep them as close to your lash line as possible, but make sure you can still see them. Go all the way up to where you want your wing to be then all you do is get your eyeliner fill in the dots and you’re good to go.
Flat liner pen
Next is the flat liner pen technique. All you do is take a felt tip eyeliner and literally press it against your lash line. So all you’re doing is laying the felt tip liner flat against the lash line, let the felt tip do all the work for you and then fill in any gaps neaten it up where you need to meet it up, and that’s your winged liner done.
Makeup Remover Clean Up
This one here is one of my favorite methods, and this is to clean up any winged liner you’ve done with makeup remover. So say for example you’ve got in freehand drawn on your wings line up, but it’s not quite as neat as you want it to be.
All you need to do is take another eyeliner brush, or an angled eyebrow brush, some makeup remover, and water and entirely merely going and meeting up your winged liner. this method acts as an eraser so you can get your eyeliner as neat and precise as you want
Conceal Clean Up
Next is they conceal clean up, so you’ve got. your perfect winged liner but then you make a mistake, and all hell breaks loose
All you need to do is get your concealer on an angled eyebrow brush and carve out that wing again. Make sure to take off any eyeliner that you’ve picked up on the back of your hands, that you don’t smudge it and slowly but surely clean up that winged liner. Once you’re finished, you’ll be left with the perfect winged liner once again.
Hooded Eye Technique
This one here is for all you hooded eye technique. What I like to do for this is to get a black pencil eyeliner, and then tight line the top lash line so I’m applying it on the waterline of the top lash line, then gently holds taut the outer corner of your eye and draw a thin wing.
We’re not going to fill this wing in too much, because chances are your hooded eyelid droops over it. So as long as you can see that you’ve got a little bit of a wing poking out on the edge of your eye, then you’re good to go.
The last how to do winged eyeliner for beginners is just a freehand draw your eyeliner. This is what I do if I don’t have a lot of time I do this and hope for the best if it goes wrong I’ll usually go back in and clean it with the concealer clean up or clean it up with my makeup remover.
Thats all is how to do winged eyeliner for beginners, have a great day with you daily makeup.