Perfect the double winged eyeliner look

There was basic eyeliner, then came the winged eyeliner and now we give you, the double winged eyeliner, ta-da! As the name suggests, this eyeliner style comes with not one but two wings. Difficult you say? Edgy is what we feel. It's like the fancier cousing of the winged eyeliner, and it's definitely worth trying. 

Winged eyeliner has also been a favourite and go-to look of many women. 
The double winged eyeliner look, involves mimicing the wing on your upper eyelid on the lower eyelid. Getting even and clean lines is essential for this look. It ay sound fairly simple but it takes some amount of practice and patience. But then all good things take time. 

If you know how to apply winged eyeliner and have mastered the art already, you may not find creating the double eyeliner look difficult. Just ensure the second wing is parallel to the first one. You can create this look using the Jet Set eyes Kajal Eyeliner or the 
Wheelie Precision Eyeliner & Stylist. When it comes to getting sharp and clean wings, Wheelie Precision Eyeliner is just the thing. With its cutting edge pizza-cutter wand, it glides on your eyes giving skip-free, straught and thing lines in one stroke. It is perfect for creating winged eyeliner along with other eye arts. So, if you want to get adventurous with makeup, it's high time you tried the double winged eyeliner look.

Watch this winged eyeliner tutorial by beauty blogger Shakshi and learn how to apply double winged eyeliner.

Here's how you can create the look:

Step 1:
Start by drawing a wing on the upper eyelid with a black matte liquid eyeliner.

Step 2:
Drag the wand from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner of your eye, with a wing at the end. Now mimic the wing you drew on your upper eyelid on the lower lash line as well.

Step 3:
Draw the wing from the outer corner of your lower lash line gently all the way to the middle of your eye parallel to the upper wing.

Use a Q-tip to remove smudges if any.


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