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Easy Winged Liner Technique

Winged liner is one of the trickiest makeup techniques that people struggle with. Totally understandable! I've found over the years that there are SO many ways to do it and so many "techniques" that can actually make it more difficult than it has to be. I've found that a lot of people get caught up with having to make this perfect wing in one fluid motion. Yeah, that can be tricky.
If you've been here a while, it's no secret that I'm a fan of liquid liner and a winged look. I've tried SO many different liners and techniques and currently, this one is a winner. Sure, I'm used to "winging" liner and can do it pretty quickly with good results, but this technique is just pretty foolproof.
Not to mention, it's super long-wearing and makes your liner look SUPER dark. It's a winner in my book.

So check out my video below with a ton of tips and a tutorial for this look and simple technique. I hope it's helpful for you!



Here are the products I used for this look...



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21 comments:

  1. will u do a blog about waterproof makeup tutorial please

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  2. Great tips!!!!!!!
    Thank you for sharing!!!

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  3. I am terrible at doing winged liner and always end up blinking or doing something to smudge it after I have gotten it pretty close to perfect. Maybe this technique will help me out better than my current technique. Thanks for the advice.

    -Shelby
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  4. I think this may have convinced me to invest in a good liquid pen liner. I've heard Stila has a really waterproof one.

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  5. I am afraid to use liquid eyeliner...ha ha ha...this is why I never buy one. Maybe I should try one...
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  6. Please post your makeup brush "must haves" you were talking about doing around the holidays. I am ready to place my order w/ Sigma, but want to hear your favs first. Pls., pls. post ASAP! :)

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  7. I love the winged look. I always get my right eye perfect but not so much on my left eye.

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  8. your winged liner always looks amazing! great post! xx

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  9. I cannot believe it! I used to do it the exact same way years ago. And really it's a great technique!
    Love this video :)

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  10. It was one of your winged liner videos that taught me how to perfect the technique in the first place! I love this new one and will be trying it as well. :)

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  11. I found your video to be really helpful! I still don't know how people can be so precise with eyeliner, but I can't make a semi-straight line on paper, sooooo... We'll see. :P Thanks for the tutorial, I really enjoyed it!

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  12. I love this! Thankyou for the tips x

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  13. great tips! thanks for sharing!

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  14. This is a really great technique! Thanks for the video. I will definitely be trying this out.

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  15. When I get to feeling better, I am going to try this technique. I bet it would work beautifully with my Marc Jacobs liner.

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  17. Great tutorial... thanks for the tips dear :)

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  18. Great technique

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