You will need:
- Angled brush (my favourite is the Japonesque one, found HERE)
- Gel Eyeliner, preferably (I love MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack, found HERE)
1. Starting from the centre of the eye, draw a thin line towards the outer corner using a small angled brush. Keep the brush close to the lash line and use small strokes to fill in any gaps on the line.
2. Then work from the centre towards the inner corner of the eye until you have a line that runs all along your lash line.
3. To create the flick, position the brush at an angle, edged at the end of the line you drew on Steps 1 & 2. The angle of the line depends on how you want your flick to look; I prefer to follow the natural line of my lower waterline going upwards.
4. Starting from the edge of the flick, draw a line, as straight as possible, towards the eyelid to merge the flick with the line you drew on Steps 1 & 2. Then, fill in any gaps using small strokes. Don’t worry if it doesn’t look perfectly straight, you can always play with it later until you’re happy with the result.
What do you think? I hope this was helpful :) Winged Eyeliner is something I’m still not a pro at, and I’d love to hear some of your tips to perfecting this technique.