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This Is the Easiest Way to Make Your Winged Eyeliner Look Even

Never step out of the house with wonky cat eyes again.
If there's one fashion girl who knows how to do the perfect cat eye, it's Alexa Chung. In fact, it's the signature look of the British designer and It girl—in her Vogue Beauty Secrets video, she even shared that someone once thought
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10 Colored Eyeliners That Will Upgrade Your Usual Cat Eye

When your peepers need a pick-me-up.
If you want to add a pop of color to your look but don't have the time, drop the eyeshadow brush and spice up your eyes with some colored eyeliner instead. A nice subtle flick is all you need! To build your
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LOTD: This Winged Liner Trend Is About to Take Over Instagram

Definitely not your basic flick.
Forget about your basic cat eye for a second, because a new winged liner look is having a moment on Instagram. Clue: it's monochrome and looks much like your go-to smokey eye. Check it out below!We first saw this trend on Olivia
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This Is How Liz Uy Creates Her Signature Cat Eye

She just wings it (literally).
Liz Uy has without a doubt mastered the art of the cat eye. It's her signature look, being her certified go-to whether she's just heading to brunch or attending a fashion show in New York. In fact, she can line her eyes
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3 Winged Eyeliner Looks Every Girl Should Master

Update that flick.
Stuck in a winged liner rut? Well, you don't have to be. Best believe that your cat eye can remain your go-to without making you seem like a one-trick pony. There are more ways to rock that flick than you think, and
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Winging It: How to Perfect the Winged Liner Look

Tips from beauty expert Agoo Bengzon.
The cat eye may very well be one of the most adored eye makeup looks—yet it's probably also one of the hardest ones to achieve. If you struggle with twitchy hands or don't feel too confident about your makeup skills, these tips
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Here's an Easier Way to Wear Bold Lips With Eye Makeup

Use your eyeliner skills.
If you're more of a lipstick gal, then we assume you're the type who can't be bothered with eyeshadow. Sure, a little mascara with a bold lip will always look amazing, but every lip color also looks good with something else: winged
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Alexa Chung Shows You How to Do the Perfect Cat-Eye Flick

It's all about the angles.
People always ask us about how to achieve perfectly winged eyes. Our answer? Learn from the pro! London cool girl Alexa Chung has been sporting the look since, well, forever and teamed up with YouTube-famous celebrity makeup artist Lisa Eldridge (she's done
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The 10 Times Kathryn Bernardo Nailed the Feline Flick

Our Teen Queen can be quite catty.
Whatever look she's sporting, 19-year-old star Kathryn Bernardo never fails to wow us with her double-tap worthy selfies. And if there's anything else we noticed about the Teen Queen's beauty routine (apart from her flawless complexion and strong smize game, obviously) it's
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Feline Flick

We've got the tips and tricks for you to perfect this sexy eye.
The feline flick or what we commonly know as the cat eye can be a daunting task for most to achieve. Probably because it requires precision and symmetry to get it right. What's great about this liner technique is that it looks
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Bridal Trial: Old Hollywood

Omar Ermita and Vianney Guese give Bibai Gaisano dramatic red lips, winged liner, and a twisted 'do for her upcoming afternoon nuptials.
 BRIDE: BIBAI GAISANOStill in the earlier stages of planning her wedding, Bibai Gaisano of Renegade Folk enlisted the help of Shu Uemura makeup artist Omar Ermita and hair stylist Vianney Guese to give her an idea of what she could opt to
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Look We Love: Winged Liner

We scour Youtube for the best eyeliner tutorials to watch.
Sometimes even the seemingly easiest makeup techniques are hard to achieve without someone actually showing you how to do it. While products in all shapes, sizes and colors look great while on display at the department store, learning to use them once