Welcome to my second tutorial! For this pictorial I decided to focus on winged liner. I used a gel eyeliner for this look, but you can follow the same steps when using liquid eyeliner. As always, if you have any questions or comments, please ask below our on my instagram post!! I hope this helps!
Step 1: Products- The products I used for this look are the Elaina Badro angled liner brush and Inglot gel liner in 77. This is a great firm liner brush, and the gel liner is my favorite! I use it on myself and my clients! It's extremely waterproof and glides on smoothly. I typically scoop out a small amount and put it on the back of my hand and work from there. This helps the container to not dry out as quickly as well as keeps it sanitary, especially when working with clients. (You could also use the Maybelline gel eyeliner as a good drugstore alternative!)
Step 2: Dip your brush in the liner from the back of your hand, and draw a small line from the corner of your eye. This should sort of look like a continuation of your lower lash line.
Tip: If you're using an angled brush, make sure you are leading with the bigger side of the angle
Step 3: Connect the tip of the wing, and drag the line towards the center of the lid.
Step 4: Fill in the gap between the first and second line you drew
Step 5: Wipe off the excess product on your brush. Using the tip of the angled brush, gently extend the wing with short strokes by dragging out the tip of the wing you already have drawn (Be sure not to re-dip in to the product. For this step it is vital that there isn't too much on your brush)
Step 6: Completed look. If need be, use a small amount of concealer and drag along the bottom of the wing to sharpen and clean
Good luck, and stay beautiful!