Thursday, December 11, 2014

Hello Again!
As some of you may have noticed, I am obsessed with all things makeup. One of those things, is the winged eyeliner. For the longest time I was sure that winged eyeliner did not go with me. But later I came to find that It was just because I was doing it all wrong! lol

Although I am not nearly an expert at this, I have definitely improved my technique. I want to share with you a few of these tricks I've learned ;)

Here's what you'll need!:D
          1. Eyeliner Brush
          2. Gel Eyeliner
          3. Liquid Eyeliner
          4. Makeup Remover or Makeup Remover Wipes
How To:
step #1                                                                                     

Start off my making a tiny diagonal line on the outer end of your eye. Be sure to raise the line towards the end of your brow. I am making the line with the eyeliner brush and a little bit of black gel eyeliner.
step #2                                                                                     

Shape the line as you would like. *TIP* Do this with your eye opened. The BIGGEST mistake I used to make was closing my eye. This will make all the difference!

step #3                                                                                     
Fill in the line with the gel liner.

step #4                                                                                     

For the finishing touch: Go over the entire eyeliner with "liquid" liner. This will make the look more vibrant! Use a wipey to clean up any mistakes.

You're all done!
???  About the Products ???

Thin Eyeliner Brush- This can be a regular brush, felt tip, or brush eyeliner. I don't recommend using a pencil unless this is very thinely sharpened. A pencil is good for the waterline area. The thinner the brush, the sharper you can get your wing.
My Fav at the Moment:
Tarte Duo Eyeliner Brush. You can also find very affordable brushes at Walmart from the crafts section. I got a set of 10 for about $5...what a deal!:D

Gel Eyeliner- If you are using a brush. 
My Fav at the Moment:
Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Gel Eyeliner in Black. It dries completely matte without smudging. I recommend applying this quickly as it dries fast on the skin, this can make it look a bit "crusty" (could you say? lol) if you are layering the product. I also reaaaally like the gel liner from L'oreal.You can also get this from Walmart, I just used mine up and need to buy a new one. But this is a great cheaper alternative. The finish is not as matte, but this product is very easy to work with!

Liquid Eyeliner- This I like to use on top of the regular eyeliner. It will intensify the look and also help it last longer.
My Faaave at the moment:
NYC Liquid Liner. This is so so affordable and the product will last you a long time. It comes as a brush and the brush is very thin.

This is wonderful for those times where my eyeliner doesn't go where I want it to. If I make a little boo-boo I just take a wipe and clean it up:)
My Fave at the Moment:
Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes. These are oily enough to where they don't feel like you're rubbing really hard, but not too oily either. I have very sensitive skin and I get texture on my skin from almost anything! But these wipes have not given me any issues yet.

Keep on practicing. I can promise you that It will get easier as you practice more and more;)

*Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. If I ever have a sponsored post I will be sure to let you guys know!:) I purchased all of these items myself based on reviews I have read. This is 100% my opinion upon trying these items and the results I have seen.


  1. Beautiful eyeliner! I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin, if you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks!

    Camille xo

    1. That's very sweet of you! Thank you I do appreciate it. And I would love to come visit your blog, thanks for inviting me over:)

  2. This is a fabulous post! Always need help doing equal wings :)

    Anything & Everything

  3. It is always look so easy in tutorials, but then I add base to my lids, powder them, blend an amazing eyeshadow, grab gel eyeliner, my eyeliner brush and make huge disaster on my face :D