That one word is enough to make some women want to hide in the closet, under the bed, or self soothe with lots and lots of chocolate (hmmm...not a bad idea!) . Applying eyeliner is hard, especially if you're a newbie. I've been wearing eyeliner ever since I was in my early 20s and I still make mistakes. Sometimes, when I'm trying to go for a sleek cat eye, I end up looking more than a panda bear. Not a good look!
This season, winged eyeliner is IN. It is an undeniably hot look. If the thought of applying winged eyeliner makes you cringe, read on...I'm here to help!
I have tried all types of eyeliner from nearly every brand out there including high end to low end. From pencil, liquid, and gel, to kohl, crayon, and clay, you name it, I have tried them all.
So trust me, I know what I am talking about when I say the best type of eyeliner for a winged look is a liquid pen. My absolute favorite is the Kat Von D beauty tattoo liner in Trooper (99aed, Sephora).
The precise, fine tip of the Tattoo Liner makes the liquid liner easy to apply. The pen itself is comfortable to grip and does not slip in your hand. The formula does not bleed or smudge. If you have difficulty, keep trying. It takes a lot of practice, but just like riding a bike, once you "get it" you're pretty much set for life.
Here is how I apply my winged eyeliner:
Comment below to tell me your favorite eyeliner for a winged look! If you have difficulty in achieving your perfect winged look, email email@example.com.