The season of the Fashion Week is coming soon, during this exciting period of the year, we should have two mains worries, what to wear and which kind of makeup. I will leave you to read the many and beautiful fashion blogs out there to help you with was is hot or not. Regarding make up, everyone talks about the winged eye – a big come back from the 50’s. I know I am not a beauty blogger, but I am still a woman who likes to know the latest trends, to do so I use all the times apps, browse the Internet, and watch tutorials on YouTube. How to master the winged eye on the Internet? Where to search and find the best tips without being too much overwhelmed?
But first, let me tell you as a French woman and like my grandmother taught me, never leave the house without a little bit of mascara and lipstick – so every time I have to run errands – I will apply some mascara and eyeliner. I thought I was the eyeliner’s master – I’ve been using it for years and I can do my eyes in less than 6 minutes! So when I saw some pics of the winged eye, I thought super easy! Fact – it was a disaster, my angles weren’t right, one was bigger and longer than the other one, my hand wasn’t steady, and when I tried to fix with with a cotton tip I looked like Miss China Panda!
I am sure I am not the only one with those ‘Bathroom dramas’ – so I did my homework on the Internet – and here my best selection of tutorials, tips and products.
1. Beautylish Website
Beautylish is a diverse and positive community that is ever-evolving. While tastes may be personal, please be respectful in your conversation and withhold judgement or criticism. We are all here to learn and grow. I am a big fan of the Beautylish website and their app -> Beautylish app – I always find precious tips with images that are easy to follow.
2. L’Oreal Paris
L’Oreal was one of the first to present the winged eye that can suit everyone. They launched a special eyeliner: A liner marker for an easy winged eye: Superliner Blackline eyeline.
Recap to design a perfect winged eye:
- Start at the centre
- Do your brows first
- Use the pointed end for the outer wing
- Small strokes