Create a classic glam look with winged liner

The "no-makeup" makeup trend may be popular, but sometimes you want a little oomph without doing complicated eye makeup. As many Hollywood starlets have demonstrated, winged liner and false lashes can make even an understated makeup look glamorous.
This tutorial will teach you how to use three different types of concealer to achieve amazing results. Cover discoloration or redness on your eyelids with pale yellow concealer, then use light- and dark-colored concealer to brighten and contour your face. You’ll need only one matte eye shadow color for this style because the black gel liner and fluffy false lashes give the eyes plenty of drama. Round out the look with pink blush and rosy beige lipstick, and you’ll be ready for any occasion.
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Materials
- Moisturizer (MILK MAKEUP Vegan Milk Moisturizer)
- Hydrogel eye patches (MILK MAKEUP Cooling Water Eye Patches)
- Pale yellow concealer (NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer, Custard)
- Buffing brush
- Matte peach eye shadow (Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette Volume I, Silk Crème)
- Blending brush
- Black gel eyeliner (Maybelline Eye Studio Lasting Drama)
- Angled eyeliner brush
- False lashes (not shown)
- Tweezers (not shown)
- Lash glue (not shown)
- Makeup primer (MILK MAKEUP Hydro Grip)
- Liquid foundation (NARS Natural Radiant Longwear)
- Foundation brush
- Light- and dark-colored concealer (Tarte Double Duty Shape Tape Contour Concealer)
- Concealer brush
- Beauty sponge
- Loose setting powder (Laura Mercier, Translucent)
- Small eye shadow brush
- Paper towel (not shown)
- Bronzer (Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk’r Instant Warmth Bronzer, Private Island)
- Cheek brush
- Brow cream (not shown)
- Angled brow brush (not shown)
- Pink blush (ColourPop Super Shock Blush, Prenup)
- Angled cheek brush
- Dark rose lip pencil (MAC, Whirl)
- Rosy beige lipstick (Tarte Sea Color Splash, Rum Punch)
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Instructions
1. Prepare your skin for makeup by applying moisturizer with your fingers. Wait a few minutes before proceeding to make sure your skin has fully absorbed the product.
2. Eliminate puffiness, and hydrate your under-eye area by placing a hydrogel eye patch under each eye. Tip: The narrowest edge of the patch should align with your tear duct.
3. To cover redness, apply pale yellow concealer to your entire eye area with a buffing brush.
4. Use a blending brush to apply matte peach eye shadow onto the outer corner of the lid and along the crease of your eye.
5. Remove the eye patches.
6. Dip an angled eyeliner brush into the black gel. Press the brush into the skin next to the outer corner of your eye, angling the brush upward toward the tail of your brow. Create a second diagonal line above it to form a small triangle. Fill in the triangle, and line the upper lash line as well.
7. Hold the false lashes with the tweezers, and apply a small amount of lash glue onto the lash band. Let the glue set for 10 seconds, then apply the lashes just above your upper lashes.
8. Apply makeup primer to your face with your fingertips.
9. Apply liquid foundation to your skin with the foundation brush. Tip: Stippling the product into your skin will yield a better finish.
10. Restore brightness to your face by applying light-colored concealer with a concealer brush. Apply the product below your eyes, on the center of your forehead and chin, above your Cupid’s bow and along the bridge of your nose. Press the product into your skin with a damp beauty sponge.
11. Press loose setting powder under your eyes with the beauty sponge to set the concealer.
12. Contour your cheeks with dark-colored concealer. Draw a diagonal line just below each cheekbone, then press the product into your foundation with the damp beauty sponge.
13. Contour your nose with the same product, but use a small eye shadow brush to draw two parallel lines on your nose. Wipe the brush on a paper towel, then blur the lines to soften the effect.
14. Pat setting powder on the sides of your nose with the beauty sponge.
15. Swirl bronzer along your cheekbones, temples and jawline with the cheek brush. Tip: Clean the brush head by wiping it on a paper towel, so it will be clean for the next step.
16. Remove the excess setting powder on your nose and below your eyes with the cheek brush.
17. Outline your brows, and fill in missing hairs with brow cream. Use an angled brow brush for precision.
18. Restore color to your cheeks by patting dusty pink blush onto them with the angled cheek brush. Apply the product from the center of your cheek outward toward the hairline in a diagonal direction toward the top of your ear.
19. Line your lips with dark rose lip pencil.
20. Fill in your lips with rosy beige lipstick.
Stay pretty!
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