The winged eyeliner look is probably the classiest look of all times. It adds elegance to your eye makeup and can be paired with any outfit. But, at times, you might get bored of the basic winged look. So, here is how you can add a perfect twist to your eye makeup. Today I have created a dual-colored winged eyeliner look. This look is apt for ladies who love to mix and match colors and is perfect even for beginners. Let’s get started with the tutorial now.
I first primed my eyes and then applied a bright pink matte shadow in my crease and on my lid. I then blended it with a nice blending brush to give it an even and smooth finish. I applied the same shade on my lower lash line too.
Next, I lined my eyes with a fine felt tip black eyeliner. I created a simple winged eyeliner but left a gap between my lashline and liner, which is supposed to be filled in later on.
Now, I drew a line from the middle and filled up the gap with a turquoise green liner. I then created a nice thin winged line with it.
After this, I used the same black eyeliner on my lower lash line and drew a nice line till the inner corner. I also created a nice winged eyeliner on the inner corner. Then, I extended the upper liner too.
Next, I filled up my water line with the turquoise blue eyeliner. It gave a nice definition to my waterline. For this look I used a small stone on the inner corner of my eye too. I placed it just between the gap of the two lines. This stone added a nice trendy look and I really like how it turned out.
Finally,I curled my lashes and applied mascara on both my upper and lower lashes. I also filled in my eyebrows to complete the look.
After completing my eye makeup, I moved on to face makeup. Since it is summer, I try to avoid heavy makeup. I first applied my moisturizer and primer. Then, I applied a lightweight cushion foundation and blended it well with the applicator. To get more coverage I concealed my under eye area with a concealer and blended it with a sponge. To set everything in place, I used a compact powder and blended it smoothly.
After completing my base makeup, I applied a bronzer lightly to slightly contour my cheeks, nose and jawline. I skipped the heavy contoured look to keep my makeup light and fresh. I applied a fresh pink blush on my cheeks and then blended my entire makeup well with a blending brush. Next, I applied a pink-toned highlighter on the highest points of my face. Finally, I spritz on some face mist to set everything well.
To complement the pink theme of this look, I applied a nice coral pink lipstick. And, here is my final look. It looks very nice with Indian ethnic wear and even with western dresses. I wore this look with a floral kurti and looked quite nice. Hope you liked the look. 🙂
Maybelline Dream Cushion Liquid Foundation On-the-Go – 48 Sun Beige
NYX HD Photogenic Concealer Wand – Glow
Maybelline White Superfresh 12HR Whitening + Perfecting Compact – Shell
L’Oreal Paris Glam Bronze Powder Duo Brunette Harmony
Coloressence Satin Smooth High Lighter Blusher SH-8
Makeup Revolution London Moon Glow Lights Strobe Highlighter
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Maybelline Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner – Lazer Green
Lakme Turquoise Eyeconic Kajal
Sugar Cosmetics Black With A Bang Lash Mob Limitless Mascara
Maybelline New York Fashion Brow Pomade Crayon Deep Brown
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