Tips to Outline Your Winged Eyeshadow for Unique

Last year we got used to giving our best with our eye makeup, whether with rhinestones, graphically cut pleats or what we like to call an eye sandwich. The latter-a term we totally coined, but which hides behind it -is when you apply similar movements of colored eyeliner along the crease of your eyelid and the lash line, then apply a contrasting shade on your middle eyelid. We asked the makeup influencer @ohitsbreee to share her point of view on the Look, and the result is a stunning metallic creation that you must try. Read on to find out how.

Step 1:

Draw Your Cut Crease

Bri drew along the crease of the eyelid with the NYX Professional Makeup Jumbo Eye Pencil in sapphire berry Pop, then extended the thick line into a wing. Then she softened the line with a brush.

Step 2:

Put some color in your lid

With the NYX Professional Makeup Jumbo Eye Pencil Cupcake, color the space under the crease of the eyelid, including the entire lid. She topped it off with a baby pink eyeshadow, then came back with NYX Eye Pencil to add more Pigment to the Look.

Step 3:

Apply the eyeliner used in the initial step along the lower lash line

Bri took the NYX eye pencil from sapphire berry Pop for the second time, applied it to the lower lash line and smeared it with a brush.

Step 4:

Give the finishing touch

Bri added a pink tint to the inner corner of the eye to brighten up the Look and doubled the waterline with a light sapphire eyeliner to complete the shade at the crease and below the lash line. Finally, she finished with a few coats of Mascara.

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