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It Can Be Easy To Do A Perfect Wings

posted in Beauty > Makeup
01/24/2015
  • First you take a post-it and tear it like this
    First you take a post-it and tear it like this
  • Then you tear it into at least three pieces.    ( i only used two )
    Then you tear it into at least three pieces. ( i only used two )
  • Then you take one piece and line it up how you want your wing.
    Then you take one piece and line it up how you want your wing.
  • Then you take a second piece and line it up where the pieces will connect.
    Then you take a second piece and line it up where the pieces will connect.
  • Then you take your eyeliner and fill in your skin the is showing.
    Then you take your eyeliner and fill in your skin the is showing.
  • You will now let it dry (this take 30 to 40 seconds) and SLOWLY Peel the two pieces off starting with the one on top.
    You will now let it dry (this take 30 to 40 seconds) and SLOWLY Peel the two pieces off starting with the one on top.
  • At this point it should look something like this.
    At this point it should look something like this.
  • This part can be tricky if you aren't that well at using eyeliner. You will then line the top of your eyelid as thick or thin as you like.
    This part can be tricky if you aren't that well at using eyeliner. You will then line the top of your eyelid as thick or thin as you like.
  • You now have a perfect or close to perfect winged eye.
    You now have a perfect or close to perfect winged eye.
  • Then take cream eyeliner.
    Then take cream eyeliner.
  • And line the bottom of your eye.
    And line the bottom of your eye.
  • It should then look something like this.
    It should then look something like this.
  • Then add mascara if needed or wanted.
    Then add mascara if needed or wanted.
  • And you now have your winged eye.
    And you now have your winged eye.
  • Dont forget to take your time. It wont always be perfect.... Like and save this if it helped.

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