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The Perfect Winged Eyeliner for Every Eye Shape

Eyes have different variation and it differs from person to person. These days winged eyeliner is most popular among females. The first step to creating perfect cat eye is to understand and recognize your specific eye shape and then customize your liner to it. Here in this article, we show you how it’s done.

Hooded Eyes

You are likely to have hooded eyes if your eyelid crease is not visible. Most of the people with hooded eyes get worried about eye makeup however it’s very easy to apply winged eyeliner to hooded eyes.

Make sure that the liner isn’t hidden by your lid, create tip where the lid’s hood starts. First, start from the outside and then go inward. Apply your liner in thin strokes and wide as desired.

 

Downturned Eyes

You are likely to have downturned eyes if your eyes corners slope toward your cheekbones. For downturned eyes apply your eyeliner from the inner corner to the outer corner of your eye in a thin line. Draw your eyeliner out and up to the crease for the wing. In order to give finishing look, pick a pretty shade such as purple to contrast with your irises.

 

Monolid Eyes

You are likely to have monolid eyes if you have a non-existent crease. In order to achieve thin winged look use a liquid liner. Place the tip of your eyeliner on the lash line at the pupil and then draw it to the outer corner. After that start from the inner corner and draw it to meet the middle point.

 

Almond Eyes

 

You have almond shaped eyes if you have oval shaped eyes with narrow corners. People having almond eyes can take advantage of lid space. Draw eyeliner from the inner corner along the lash line and then flick it out. Stop at the tip where your crease starts.