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3 Tips on Perfecting Winged Liner, According to a Celebrity Makeup Artist

May the wings of your eyeliner always be even!
3 Tips on Perfecting Winged Liner, According to a Celebrity Makeup Artist May the wings of your eyeliner always be even!

Eyeliner, the cat eye especially, will always be a mystery to girls. Some paint it on with a flick of the wrist, with muscle memory serving as a guide to their deft strokes. Others struggle with taping the sides of their eyelids or the calling card trick, oftentimes resulting in a look akin to that of a panda. We caught up with makeup artist Jigs Mayuga (he's responsible for the faces of celebs like Chesca Garcia Kramer and Maxene Magalona) at the BYS event and he shared a few tips on how regular girls like us can keep our eyeliner wings on fleek without succumbing to sporting panda eyes. 

TIP 1: 

"Use gel or pencil liner to draw your line, then follow with liquid liner," he says. "It's a good base, and its easier to correct your mistakes if you outline your shape first."

BYS Automatic Eye Pencil, P219, Watsons

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TIP 2:

"When using liquid liner, use soft strokes. If you use a heavy hand, the lines tend to get jagged."

BYS Liquid Eyeliner, P249, Watsons

 

TIP 3:

"Use concealer to clean up and correct any mistakes."

BYS Concealer Stick, P349, Watsons

And, voila! A better cat eye without the catty side effects. 

Main image frm Giphy.com

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