The New Winged Eyeliner Look You Have to Try For Spring

Falling into a makeup rut can be all too real. Luckily, we’re here to help break you out of it! We’re back with another round of spring beauty inspiration today, focusing on eyeliner this time, which is always a tricky subject for everyone (yours truly included). The good news here is that this particular take on eyeliner is actually easy! We promise! Click through to find out exactly how Stylisted’s Andie Peirce gets this glowy, golden eye with just one product.

Stylisted - The New Winged Eyeliner Look You Have to Try For SpringStylisted - The New Winged Eyeliner Look You Have to Try For SpringSTEP 1

Using a liner brush, identify where your wing should start by placing the brush at the end of the point of your brow. We even suggest dotting a little bit of product there (this gold liner is particularly easy to work with, as it’s harder to make errors and much less visible!).

Stylisted - The New Winged Eyeliner Look You Have to Try For Spring

STEP 2

Using the creamy gel liner and your liner brush, begin the wing on the outer portion of the eye, starting with that little dot you made at the end of your brow and working inward. This method may be a bit different than what you’ve traditionally seen, but give it a try! We find it works better to start with the hardest part (the wing) and work our way in no matter what kind of liner we’re using.

Stylisted - The New Winged Eyeliner Look You Have to Try For Spring

STEP 3

Complete the wing and give it a once-over with the gold to make it slightly larger than you normally would. It’s gold! Go big.

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{Makeup by Stylisted’s Andie Peirce / images by Sylvia Krzystofek}

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