Winged Eyeliner Tutorial

Hello everyone! I’m back with a new tutorial! Since the weather is nice and warm, I wanted to create an everyday Spring Makeup look, and give the new MAC Miley Cyrus Viva Glam lipstick a try. As you know, I’m one to pair very simple eye makeup with bold lips. I usually leave my eyes bare, but once in a while I’ll wear a winged liner. Since, I do get asked to create a winged eyeliner tutorial, I’m going to show you how I do it using a liquid eyeliner.

I’ve done a winged eyeliner tutorial post using gel/cream liner in my other how-to post. Between a liquid and gel/cream liner, at this moment, I prefer a liquid liner. For me, it’s faster, easier and more convenient to use a liquid eyeliner since it comes in a pen-like applicator. There’s no need to have a separate brush, unlike gel/cream liner. However, a liquid eyeliner dries out faster than a cream/gel liner. So, if you do make a mistake, it’s hard to correct it. For beginners, I suggest going with a cream/gel liner. Once you’re comfortable, then advanced to a liquid liner.

The one I’m using for this tutorial is Kat Von D Trooper Tattoo liner. It’s pretty much waterproof, smudge-proof and long lasting. My favorite of all time! Been using it since it was released couple years a go. Absolutely a must-have in your kit!

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So, I think the pictures are pretty self explanatory. All you have to do is just create the “outline” first, and then fill in the rest. If you aren’t satisfied with the pictures and instructions below, leave comments below or on my Instagram page or Twitter page, and I’ll try my best to answer it. I’ll try to do like more videos in the future once I’m all settled down.


1. Mark where you want your wings to be.

2. Create a diagonal line from the tip of the wing to the center of your lash line.

3. Create a line from the inner corner of your eyelid to the center of the lid.

4. Fill in the “outline”. At this point you can extend your wings, or thicken the line more. I’m satisfied with mine, I like it where the wings are bigger and it gradually tapers towards the inner corner of my eyes.

5. Then, fill in your brows, and add lashes if needed.

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Products used


  • Primer – Urban Decay Primer Potion “original”
  • Eyelid – Chanel Illusion d’Ombrea “Emerveille”
  • Crease – The Balm Meet Matt(e) Nudes “Matt Rosen”
  • Eyeliner – Kat Von D Tattoo Liner “Trooper”
  • Eyebrows – Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade “Medium Brown”
  • Falsies – Gwiyomi False lashes #3


  • Foundation – NARS All Day Luminous Weightless foundation “Punjab”
  • Concealer – MAC Pro Longwear concealer “NC25”
  • Highlight – Kat Von D Shade + Light contour palette “Lyric”
  • Contour – Kat Von D Shade + Light contour palette “Sombre”
  • Blush – Smashbox Halo blush powder “In Passion”


  • Lipstick – MAC Miley Cyrus Viva Glam

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Asian Smokey Eyes

I’ve been going to this Korean restaurant in Hamilton, and in the restaurant they kept playing some sort of K-pop singers/bands performing on TV. Anyways, I was inspired by the singers from the various girl band to do this Asian smokey eyes look. I love how their skin looks absolutely flawless, with barely any contouring, and just a bit of blush.

Their smokey eyes are slightly winged, and the darker colors are mostly concentrated on the outer corner, since most of these girls don’t have a defined crease, like mine! Their eyeshadows are mostly on the lid, and on the outer half of the eyes, to elongate the eyes even more, creating a bigger eyes illusion.

For this look, I chose to pair it with a peachy lip, most of the girls in K-pop opt for a more pink or ombre pink lips. However, I prefer the peach lips especially with the warm bronze colors on the eyes. Warm tones on the eyes matched the warm tone on the lips to pull the look together.

I also wore a new foundation I recently bought (actually, exchanged for the Diorskin Nude Air). The new NARS weightless luminous foundation is pretty lovely, and I think I’ll do a review about it soon, hopefully next week! I think I might have found a new favorite foundation, guys!

Anyways, I apologize if the colors on my step-by-step pictures are a bit off (slightly cooler than real life) since I was trying out a new zoom lens. The full face pictures show the real colors, especially on the eyes. Pictures for the full face were taken using my usual lens, and with day light.

bronze smoky eyes

Products used


  • Primer – Urban Decay Primer Potion
  • Base – MAC Brule
  • Crease – MAC Soft Brown
  • Inner corner (upper and lower lid) – MAC Honey Lust
  • Lid – MAC Mulch
  • Outer corner/Lower Lid – MAC Bronze
  • Outer lower lid – The Balm Balmsai in Righteous
  • Eyeliner – Shu Uemura Calligraphy Ink
  • Waterline – MAC Feline kohl pencil liner
  • EyebrowsAnastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pomade in Medium Brown
  • Mascara – Urban Decay Perversion mascara
  • Falsies – Gwiyomi false lashes #3


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  • Foundation – NARS weightless luminous foundation
  • Concealer/Highlighter – YSL Touche Eclat
  • Powder – MAC Magically Cool Liquid Powder



  • Liner – Urban Decay Naked lip pencil
  • Gloss – YSL Glossy Stain in PĂȘche Cerra-Cola

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