Anonymous said: how. how do you do wingtips without liquid eyeliner. how do you even get your eyeliner to be EVEN?
Well, I don’t wanna brag or anything, but this is definitely my expertise, and I do understand the troubles of putting on eyeliner!
For starters, it usually takes some practice to master the perfect cat eye. I prefer liquid eyeliner because it’s easier to get a precise line, but it tends to be a lot more messy. The look is achievable whether you use liquid, pencil, or gel.
As for application: (keep in mind, all artists have their own technique, this one just works best for me) Apply a thin line right along the top lashline. Slightly increase the height of the liner when you reach halfway to the outer upper lid. To keep the wings even, follow the angle of the lower lashline. If you do this, it will flatter your unique eye shape and both will be even. Sometimes applying tape in the direction that you want your wing helps too!
Then, connect the liner by tracing a thin line from where the eyeliners ends to desired length. From there, trace your eyeliner back to your lash line gradually to the center. Fill in any spaces, or go over it to darken it.
Note: If you’re using a pencil, make sure it’s sharp. It’s harder to get precise lines with a rounded tip.
My cat eye: