Home Makeup Tutorials MUST-KNOW TIPS: WINGED EYELINER (HOODED ASIAN EYES) TUTORIAL ♡ Jessica Vu

MUST-KNOW TIPS: WINGED EYELINER (HOODED ASIAN EYES) TUTORIAL ♡ Jessica Vu

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MUST-KNOW TIPS: WINGED EYELINER (HOODED ASIAN EYES) TUTORIAL ♡ Jessica Vu





♪: 산이(San E) – Me You (Inst.) Hello everybody, welcome back to my channel My name is Jessica and today’s video is going to be on how I do my winged eyeliner I have flat hooded eyelids and it took me a long time to figure out how to do winged eyeliner on my eyes so I hope this video is helpful if you have a similar eye shape to mine If you want to see how I do my winged eyeliner, just keep watching First, I start out with a brush tip eyeliner Brush tip eyeliners are sharper so they help you get the perfect shape and they’re also easier to remove in the case that you do make a mistake I do not recommend using a felt tip or gel eyeliner for the first step Felt tip eyeliners tend to crumble when you remove them and gel eyeliners have to be removed with an oil-based makeup remover which will mess up your eye shadow if you’re wearing any Ok, so this is the most important step If you have hooded eyes, start with the eyeliner on the top of your eyelid This gives you more control as to where the wing goes Whereas if you started with the bottom of your eyeliner the angle may be too harsh and interfere with your eyelid Next, I’m using really small strokes on the inner portion of the eyelid It doesn’t have to connect because we’re gonna go over it later Because the upper portion of the wing is already done you can really create whatever angle you want with the bottom eyeliner as long as it can connect to the top So now that we have a basic outline I’m using makeup remover to clean up the tail Next, I’m switching to felt tip eyeliner This is more pigmented so it’s really gonna help fill in everything faster I do make the inner portion of the eyelid a little thicker at this point That’s really gonna help you blend in your falsies later on I’m also going to use that to fill in the lash line The outer portion of the eyelid ended up being a little thicker than I would’ve liked so I removed it and went over it again to make it a little bit thinner So because my eyelids make the shape of my eyes appear more downturned I like to make my winged eyeliner sort of counteract that I do this by making the inner eyeliner the thinnest and then where the crease goes down I make that the thickest area So that’s basically it That’s how I do my winged eyeliner I hope this video was helpful If you liked this video, remember to like, comment, and subscribe and if you liked ✧・゚:* ME *:・゚✧ remember to follow me on all of my social media which will be linked in the description box down below and I will see you in my next video





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