How to do vintage winged eyeliner using a pen liner

how to do vintage winged eyeliner using a pen liner

Here’s how to do vintage style winged eyeliner using pen liner – with tips from our vintage beauty experts!

To get perfect winged eyeliner, you’ll first need to select your products – this could be liquid liner, gel liner or pen liner (in this tutorial a waterproof pen liner in black was used).

How to do vintage winged eyeliner using a pen liner

  • (Pic 1) Take your chosen eyeliner and make a line from the outer corner of your eye. This line will determine the size of your wing. It’s a great idea to pull your eye taut to achieve a smooth line.
  • (pic 2) From the inner corner of your eye, apply the liner close to your lash line and bring it across in one sweep, connecting it with your wing, ensuring that you’re pulling taut and keeping a smooth line.
  • (pic 3) Fill in any gaps using small strokes and if you make a mistake, all is not lost – a clean angled brush and some concealer make for a great corrector!
  • Do not aim to make your liner symmetrical, eyes are sisters, NOT twins!

Happy lining!

Products used

  • Backcombing Brush
  • Indola Innova 4+4 hairspray

Hairdressing and beauty supplies can be found on Amazon and through good retailers.

Meet the vintage hair experts

Vintage Brides By BlackCherry Hair and Beauty

BlackCherry vintage hairstyles

Black Cherry hair and beauty offers a full range of Vintage, Modern and Alternative Hair and Makeup for Bridal, Prom, Hen parties, Photographic, Fashion and any other special occasion.

General hairdressing services are also available which include Cuts and Colours. Hair and make-up are available throughout Kent and London, although extra travel charges may apply for locations further afield.

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Vintage Brides By Lucy’s Vintage Hair and Makeup

Lucy's vintage hair and makeup

Lucy is a professional, dedicated mobile hair-stylist & make-up artist who specialises in vintage and retro looks. From the 1920’s to the 1980’s, she is an expert in vintage styling and will work closely with you to choose the right era and look to suit your individual style and occasion.

Lucy’s keen interest in all things vintage and a fascination since her early years (watching her Mum and Aunties!) with makeup has helped Lucy develop a high level of expertise in this area and extensive brand knowledge – MAC, Lord & Berry, Estée Lauder, Max Factor, Benefit, Smashbox, Maybelline and good old Vaseline! Lucy is fully qualified and insured with over 17 years experience.

www.lucysvintagehairandmake-up.co.uk

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