6 Hacks for Perfect Winged Eye Liner. . .

Every woman wishes to get that perfect cat eye look. But in reality when most of the women try to get that perfect winged eye liner, they land up creating some weird designs on their upper eye.
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It needs real practice to achieve that perfect look. However, there are some easy hacks which will help you out in getting the perfect winged eye liner; and the best part is that you don’t need to be a pro for that.

  1. If you are trying for a winged eye liner for the first time, then it is highly advised that don’t go for any liquid liners as you won’t be able to manage that. Use pencil liner instead as you will be able to control its spread area.
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  2. You can try making dotted lines first, and then simply fill in the space. This way there will be very less chances of any mistake and you can get the desired eye catching look.
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  3. Using scotch tapes are the best option for every beginner. Just put one tape from the inner corner of your eyelid going out at an angle and put the second tape just below the bottom lashes at an angle. Then simply fill in the space and remove the scotch tape once you are completed, and you are good to go!
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  4. We all have faced that shaky hand struggle while trying to get the perfect winked eye liner. In such cases, sit down, place your elbow on a flat surface and then try again slowly.
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  5. Before beginning the process, always keep a cotton soaked in a makeup remover liquid handy so that when even the slightest of liner is misplaced, you can correct it instantly and not let it spread further.
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  6. Even if the liner smudges a bit, concealers always come to the rescue. Just dab some concealer to the area where the liner has smudged and the cat-eye look will be as good as perfect.
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  7. More than a steady hand, the perfect winged eye liner requires quite a lot of patience. But it is definitely worth the effort!

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