Smokey Winged Eyeliner Look

This look is for all those who want to look chic & not very made up

Not very confident on applying a winged liner? Try the smokey winged liner which is much simpler and looks great even if not done very smoothly. Watch the video to learn how it’s done –

Product Description –

MAC Vintage Selection Paintpot
MAC Knight Divine eye shadow
MAC Print eye shadow
Sephora liquid eyeliner
MAC Carbon
MAC Studio fix fluid foundation NC35
Kryolan concealer FS38
Shumera lash curler
Maybelline Hyper curl mascara
MAC Strobe Cream (highlighter)
B&D Loose powder
Inglot Pressed Powder (contour)
MAC Peachykeen blush
Estee Lauder Lip Gloss

Brushes –

B&D flat shader brush
Vega angled brush
Sigma E20 short shader brush
B&D Flat foundation brush
Sigma E25 blending brush
B&D blush brush
Sigma F40 Large angled contour brush

Here are some easy tips that will help in achieving this smokey liner look –

  • Since the look is all about doing a slight smokey eyes, start with eye makeup first.
  • Keep the focus on doing a gorgeous liner! Don’t waste a lot of time picking different eye shadow colors and complicating the look.
  • If you are not confident using a liquid liner, use a pencil as the liner and smudge with a brush. This is comparatively easier as pencils are easily blendable.
  • In case if your lips are darker, I’d suggest coating it with a nude lip pencil and then going over with a lip gloss.

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