Saturday, June 29, 2013

Easiest Winged Liner Tutorial!

Hey everybody! I have some exciting updates to share!
First off, I FINALLY got a decent video camera, and I'm now going to be making videos much more 

The number one question I get asked is; how do I do my eyeliner, and what eyeliner do I use?
I can tell you right now, that my liner is not ALWAYS perfect (duh, no ones is), and it's super easy to get precise, on point eyeliner!

Personally, my favorite is the Urban Decay 24/7 Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Perversion. It has a super small brush tip, glides on nicely, dries semi-shiny (think almost a latex-like finish!), and is waterproof! It can be sort of difficult to use if you're just starting out though. If you're new to liquid liner, I recommend trying something that's a pen-style liner. Such as Physician's Formula 2-in-1 Lash Boosting Liquid Liner Pen.

My number ONE tip for liner, is don't be afraid to try it! And don't worry about trying to get it absolutely perfect in one line, on your first application. It's NOT going to happen. In fact, I typically make a giant mess on my face every day when I do my makeup xD Check out my video here:

In the video, I'm wearing Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Walk Of Shame, and MAC Blue Brown pigment in the crease. I wanted to do something simple, so you could really see the liner better!
As you can tell, I'm far, far from perfect. But practice helps, and so do those pointed q-tips! xD You'll do much better practicing if you don't fret about it looking absolutely perfect from the get-go, it's the end result that matters!

I hope this was helpful! Now that I'm more capable of making videos, please comment, subscribe, and let me know what you all want to see from me!

Also I'm hosting a blog sale over on Storenvy! I have so much new, swatched, or barely used makeup that I neglect! So I've listed a lot of it (still more to come) over there for sale! Please check it out, there's some palettes, limited edition items, and body care!

( P.S., I will not be selling anything that was sent to me for review by companies, or samples. It's not fair to sell and make money off things I received out of the kindness of another company! Be sure to follow me so you can keep up with new items listed for sale!)

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