Make up eyeliner with Wing

Hello you! Today I would like to show you how you can make a perfect eyeliner with Wing. An eyeliner is a timeless classic that gives your eyes more expression and depth. With a wing on the outer corner of the eye, you can give your look even more sophistication. I'll show you step by step how you can easily create this look yourself.

Step 1: Prepare your eyes Before you start applying make-up, you should free your eyelids from oil and dirt. It is best to use an oil-free eye make-up remover or a mild cleansing gel. Then apply an eye cream to nourish and moisturize the skin.

Step 2: Apply primer To make your eyeliner last longer and avoid smudging, you should first apply a primer. An eyeshadow primer or a thin layer of concealer is suitable for this.

Step 3: Apply eyeliner Now it's time to actually apply the eyeliner. Draw a fine line along the upper lash line with an eyeliner or a thin brush. Start at the inner corner of your eye and slowly work your way outwards. For a perfect wing, pull the line slightly up and out. Make sure the line isn't too thick and that it's even.

Step 4: Complete the wing To complete the wing, draw a line from the end of the wing to the outer corner of the eye. Then connect this line to the line on the lash line. The wing should not be too long to avoid a dramatic look.

Step 5: Touch up mistakes If you made mistakes, you can correct them with a Q-tip or a flat brush and some make-up remover. Then you can fix the eyeliner with an eyeliner or a black eye shadow.

Step 6: Apply lashes To complete your look, apply waterproof mascara to your lashes. Start at the roots and slowly pull the brush towards the tip. Repeat this process until your lashes are completely mascaraed.

Congratulations! You have now made a perfect eyeliner with Wing. With a little practice and patience, you'll be able to whip up this look in minutes. Don't get discouraged if it doesn't look perfect the first time - practice makes perfect!

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