Makeup Geek Pro Tutorials
Wearable, glamorous looks can be perfect for work! If you are looking for a bit of inspiration, this gradient, winged liner tutorial is perfect for you. Featuring Had Me at Yellow, Flame Thrower, Clean Slate, and Bitten.
Using Espresso Eyeliner Pencil, draw a C-shape on the outer corner of the eye. Using a Small Dome or Outer V Brush, buff inwards to create a base.
Using a Smokey Eye Brush, apply Bitten to the outer 1/2 of the lid. Make sure you buff this inwards to avoid harsh lines.
Using the same Smokey Eye Brush, apply Had Me At Yellow in the crease and blend slightly upwards.
Using the same Smokey Eye Brush, apply Clean Slate on the inner 1/2 of the lid.
Using a Pencil Brush, apply Flame Thrower under the lower lash-line and bring it out to the side just under your outer corner color.
Using a liquid liner, line the upper lash line. Then add a wing just abover the copper color (use this color as a guideline).
Fill in your winged liner shape and then line the inner tearduct to the upper lash-line to create a point.
You could also use a black eyeliner pencil and a small liner brush.