Winged Eyeliner FOTD

I’ve come to the conclusion that I already REALLY like cake eyeliner. This morning I had a little play and painted my eyeliner on in a shape I wouldn’t normally wear. I actually quite like it, it makes my eyes look quite a bit more almond shaped. It’s basically a toned down version of a lot of the Arabic inspired eyeliner looks you see. I messed up the inner corners a bit but not too bad for a first go I reckon.

The angle I used to show the liner best made it look like I have NO eyelashes… haha never mind.

Face and Lips
ELF Mineral primer
A touch of Revlon Colorstay mixed with moisturiser
The Body Shop bronzer in Warm Glow
Illamasqua cream blush in Rude
ELF HD Powder (T Zone)
Revlon Colorburst lipstick in Blush
Revlon Super Lustrous lipgloss in Peach Petal

Kryolan Santiago palette (gold, green, brown)
Sleek Storm palette (dark green and brown)
The She Space First Class Con
Illamasqua powder blush in Rumour (eyebrows)
Illamasqua eyeliner cake in Mislead
Bourjois black kohl
17 Wild Curls mascara

I wanted to keep the lips pretty neutral as the eyes are so much more than I’m used to. Maybe I’ll get creative with my liner more often now!

19 thoughts on “Winged Eyeliner FOTD

  1. @Lucy: Answered you on Twitter ^_^

    @London’s-beauty: Thank you :) perhaps I will when I get a bit better at it!

    @Ruth: I like lots of types of liners for different looks and reasons. Maybe I’ll get round to an eyeliner post soon :)

    @Shifa: Thank you :)

    @Chiconomy: Thanks!

    @missmascara1983: Thanks :)

    @Emma: Thanks :) I only got this one on Friday but I love it already!

    @paperheart: Dawww thanks very much :)


  2. @Rowena: Thank you :3 don’t you just hate replying to several comments then you get another one as you post it so you have to write another reply… ;P

  3. it’s the eyeshadows who stole the show for me on this one. (woohoo i think this post is the first one i’ve commented on after a long break) gorgeous subtle yellow with gorgeous hues of golden khaki. love it. x

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