How to Do Wingtip Eyeliner

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The secret to doing great wingtip eyeliner rests within a few key areas of your application process. Do wingtip eyeliner with help from a New York state licensed esthetician and professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm New York City based makeup artist Sue Perez, and I'm going to show you how you can get easy fabulous eyeliner looks. Today I'm going to show you how to do the very popular winged tip eyeliner using a eyeliner Crayon and using a straight angle. What you'd like, what you need to do is hold the straight angle from your nostril to the corner of your eye. You want to hold it along side the nostril right above the lashes about a quarter of an inch, make a dot, on both sides. This is going to make sure that it's even. Now that you have your guide points, that's where eyeliner will end. Take your liner and go right against the root of the lash and make your eyeliner, it would normally end right here against the end of your eyelash line, but where we have our guide line for that little dot, take that eyeliner and work your way up to it. Open your eye. Instant wingtip eyeliner and do it on the other side. Take your pencil and go right across the lash line at the root of the lashes all the way across and again you can see where you would end your eyeliner at the end of your eyelash line, but sense we made that dot for a guide point, work your eyeliner right up to that dot. And you have perfectly even balanced wig tipped eyeliner. Thanks so much for joining me today. I'd love to answer all your questions if you have anything you'd like to know. Please email me on my website at Join my mailing list for monthly updates. Visit my blog. I'm basically your personal professional makeup artiest here in New York City. I'm also a licensed esthetician so any skin care concerns that you have I'd love to hear from you.


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