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Have you tried and tried, then tried again to create perfect wings with your eyeliner?

And yet you still can’t master it.

If you have to apply, wipe repeat, end up with something that looks more like a leg than a wing, these tips are for you.

1. Draw Flick towards Rather than Away

Draw Flick towards Rather than Away

One of the best tips for how to do winged eyeliner is to get in the habit of drawing the flick towards your eye rather than away from it.

While most choose to do it by working from the inner crease of the eye going out, many makeup artists actually say that it’s much easier to do it in the opposite way because you have much more control when you begin from the outside and work your way in.

It creates a kind of blueprint that you can work with and have much more control.2

2. Rough Sketch First

Rough Sketch First

If you use both an eye pencil and a liquid eyeliner to achieve your wings, then it’s always a good idea to draw a rough outline of how you want your wings to look with the pencil before you commit to applying the liquid liner.

This will give you a template to work with and you can easily use a damp cotton tip to get rid of any marks that are left behind after you have applied the perfect flick!

3. Dark Eye Shadow First

Dark Eye Shadow First

Liquid eyeliner is probably the hardest product in the entire process to remove and start again if you happen to mess up, so to make it easier for you, try sketching the shape you desire with dark eye shadow first, then once you have it where you want it you can easily trace over this with the liquid liner that will seal the deal and solidify that wing in its rightful place!

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