How To Create The Perfect Winged Liner For Your Eye Shape

Winged liner is always in fashion. This little flick at the corner of your eyes lifts your eyes instantly and gives a dramatic look to your eyes. But perfecting the winged liner requires a lot of practice and the right technique. To decide the right technique you must first know the shape of your eyes.

Below are winged liner tutorials for different eye shapes.   

 

1. Winged Liner for Deep Set Eyes

winged liner for deep set eyes
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Characterized by a prominent brow bone, deep eyes are set a little deeper into the skull.

Below is a tutorial demonstrating how to draw a winged liner for deep set eyes.

 

2. Winged Liner for Hooded Eyes

Winged liner for hooded eyes
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Hooded eyes have extra skin over the upper eyelids that make the eyes look smaller than they actually are.

Below is a tutorial demonstrating how to draw a winged liner for hooded eyes.

 

3. Winged Liner for Round Protruding Eyes

Winged Liner For Round Protruding Eyes
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Round protruding eyes are larger than the other features on the face and appear to be bulging out from the eye socket.

Below is a tutorial demonstrating how to draw a winged liner for round protruding eyes.

 

4. Winged Liner for Downturned Eyes

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Downturned eyes have the corner of the upper lid drooping downwards.

Below is a tutorial demonstrating how to draw a winged liner for downturned eyes.

 

5. Winged Liner for Monolid eyes

4. Winged Liner for Monolid eyes
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The upper lid in monolid eyes does not have a crease. It is basically flat eyelids.

Below is a tutorial demonstrating how to draw a winged liner for monolid eyes.

 

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What are you waiting for? Go ahead, peek into the mirror determine your eye shape and follow the instructions explained in the tutorials. Just remember that you can perfect the winged liner only with practice.

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