One of the most common makeup questions I get is from people who find it difficult to make a nice eyeliner with a wing. Or not really questions but rather comments that they want to know, too many do not even ask for tips because they have tested so much that they have already given up hope hehe.
Just eyeliner wing IS not very simple in many eye shapes, I myself had a very hard time with it before and only put on make-up with a wing if I was just going to be home (confession time) haha. My eye shape is not difficult but not simple either. But practice makes perfect and now I have eyeliner wing very often!
But if I only give one tip to everyone, it is to make a smoky eyeliner with a wing. It is SO beautiful and SO much easier than a sharp eyeliner :)
Here is a tutorial make-up on this!
Face primer - Paese Makeup Base (Matte)
Concealer - gloMinerals Under Eye Concealer (beige)
Foundation - gloMinerals Pressed Base (Golden Medium)
Highlighter (matt) - Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (667)
Contouring - Paese Bronzing powder (1m)
Rouge - Paese Powder Blush (35)
Fixing mist - Pixi makeup fixing mist
Brynpenna - gloMinerals Micro Brow Liner (Dark Brown)
Are you starting to get tired of using the Ripe Raspberry Lip Balm so much? I have probably never been so obsessed with a lip product as much as I am of this, it has type every day it is both super nice and super nice :)
Making such a wide and long eyeliner wing would have been quite difficult on my eyes if it had not been sooted, because it is so wide that it is painted on the folds of skin on the eyelid. But with a black eye shadow and smoky edges, it was not only easy but also very fast!
When you make an eyeliner sharp, it is immediately visible if it is a little uneven or if it is "broken" by the skin folds at the edges of the eyes. But a smoky blends in much better and it is also easier to adjust the symmetry and "work out" a perfect eyeliner.
What do you need:
- Eyeshadow primer and powder - For good durability
(Pixi eye bright primer & Paese Bamboo Silk Powder)
- A carbon black eye shadow - It is important that it is rich in pigment to make it look like an eyeliner and not just an extended eye shadow.
(Paese Kashmir eyeshadow - Shade 602)
- An oblique brush - For precision
(Nanshy Angled Detailer)
- A small rounded brush - For fading (and light shadow in the corner of the eye that I also used it for)
(Nanshy pencil brush)
How to use:
- Eyeshadow primer on the entire eyelid
- Fix the primer with powder on most of the eyelid, but not down at the lash line where the eyeliner is to be painted.
- Draw a line with the eye shadow from the outer corner of the eye and outwards
- Apply the eyeshadow along the entire upper lash line, fairly wide.
- Shape the eye shadow like a wing at the outer edge
- Fade out with a rounded brush (it is possible with an oblique one as well, but takes longer, the rounded one should be quite small, however, to get good precision)
- Light eye shadow in the corner of the eye, Paese Diamond Trio Eyeshadow
- Black mascara on the upper lashes and the outer lower lashes, gloMinerals Water Resistant Mascara
Hope you liked the makeup and my tips! :)