Tutorial Tuesday: My Secret to Winged Eye Liner

I was so excited to find a way for me to do winged eye liner in spite of my tremors. Watch the video below to check it out!

 

 

Products Used: Beth Blender Beauty Stencils

Box of Crayons IShadow Palette

 

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25 Comments Add yours

  1. Astrid says:

    Wow, that’s amazing! I am blind, so cannot do eye liner properly at all. I’m so glad you’ve found a way to do this.

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  2. Cassie says:

    Wow loved your video! You are so inspiring to others!

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  3. Methroughureyes says:

    Great stencil. I have one that i use for shaping my eyebrows it’s literally a God send. I loved the look too. well done.

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  4. I was looking for something similar but not able to find. Lucky me I saw your blog. Thanks.

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  5. theeverydaygrace says:

    this look is beautiful! amazing job!

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  6. Amber says:

    So pretty! I’m not sure if this would look good on me or not. I’ll show my daughter though. She wants to try something like this.

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  7. Nancy L says:

    What a great idea! I didn’t know they had stencils to create for shadow and lining the eyes. I always get frustrated when drawing smooth lines on my ‘old lady’ lids. I have to give this a try! Great video!

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  8. This is so pretty. I do not have a steady hand and my eyes are always watery from allergies so eye makeup and I are nor friends.

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  9. I could so use these stencils. I’m the worst at wing liner because of my tiny eyes. It makes it harder to get the liner to lay just right.

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  10. Abrah Sprung says:

    So smart to use a stencil! Wow! Who knew? Now I do.

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  11. Brittany says:

    I am so bad at applying eye liner…especially wing tip! Thanks for sharing this tutorial!

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  12. Thanks for a simple video. Have tried for long getting a perfect winged liner!

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  13. natalielovesbeauty says:

    Winged liner was a hard one for me when teaching myself how to apply makeup! Thankfully now I rarely mess it up!

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    1. melissasfavoritemakeup says:

      My hands are so unsteady because of my tremors that I mess it up unless I can find a trick to doing it like this! 🙂

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  14. Princess Quinn says:

    You have naturally gorgeous eyes. I love them! And your technique is quite easy to follow. Thanks for the tips.

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  15. Rebecca says:

    I suck at doing my makeup, I’ve always been such a tomboy. I always love finding good, simple makeup videos 🙂

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  16. Jessica May says:

    You look beautiful! I love your title also! Oh to have time to apply eyeliner! I have two toddlers running around, even if I could get it on my eyes someone would bump my arm in the process! Great post!

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    1. melissasfavoritemakeup says:

      I have three little ones, so I understand. I like to make the time though, when possible. 🙂

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  17. Sarah Scheinger says:

    I fail at the wing eyeliner life, so I commend you. I’m going to have to try your tricks 😉

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  18. A good winged eyeliner can make a huge difference. Glad you found a tutorial that works for you.

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  19. Casey Loo says:

    Wow, I love your video because you can see everything that works. I’m sure I’m going to get this for myself at the store. Thx

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  20. ohmummymia says:

    Looks amazing I always want to do it but I looks like a panda I need to go with your tutorial

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  21. Rachael says:

    I’m one of those that would look like a kid playing, but maybe the next time we see each other…you can do me however you wish…just to see what a new me would be. You can always pull off the brights. Pretty sure I’d look like a clown. Lol…great job…and awesome you found something to use to help with tremors.

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  22. Wildish says:

    I swear I could NEVER get this even so I gave up. Maybe I’ll try this! haha!

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