How To Achieve Perfect Winged Eyeliner Using This Surprising New Technique.

Winged eyeliner is a sophisticated and alluring style when it is done correctly, but it can be a difficult look for beginners to pull off. Makeup artists sometimes recommend using tape to create a winged shape that you can use as a template for your eyeliner, but some people find they are allergic to the tape and it does make things a little sticky! Trying this really easy, new technique will help you to achieve flawless winged eyeliner that is sure to win compliments wherever you go. The best time to apply eyeliner is after you have applied primer and eyeshadow but before you apply mascara: this gives a more natural looking finish. Eyeshadow should be kept soft and neutral so that it does not compete with the liner: shades of beige, gold or taupe would be perfect.
The classic look is black eyeliner but don’t be afraid to experiment with colour: a flash of blue or green looks fabulous for holiday or party looks. Eyeliner comes in liquid and pencil form and felt tip liner pens are easy for beginners to apply. The key to this technique is to begin by creating a series of small dots on the eyelid that will act as guidelines later on. The first three are all on the same level, immediately above the lashes. place the first dot just above the tear duct, the second just above the edge of the iris, the third above the pupil and the fourth just above the other edge of the iris. The next two dots are raised a little, one just up to the crease of the eyelid and the sixth one, that will create the perfect flick, should be placed just a bit further up towards the end of your eyebrow, then all you have to do is to connect them up.
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