Smokey Eye Look: Smokey Inner Corner Winged Liner
Learn eyeliner tips on how to create a smokey winged liner smokey eye look with smokey eyeshadow teamed with smokey black inner corner eyeliner.
Winged Eyeliner is one of the most classic makeup looks -- as is a smokey eye so why not combine the two together? For an edgy and trending look try this eye makeup with a smokey eye effect and dramatic winged eyeliner and inner corner eyeliner.
How to Apply the Smokey Eye Look with Winged Liner
Step 1: Apply the silvery shimmer shade in the “Smokey Chic” Smokey eye palette Hypnôse 5-Color Eyeshadow Palette. Apply the silver eyeshadow shade all over the eyelids to create an easy smokey eye look.
Step 2: Create a winged eyeliner look to complement the smokey eye effect of the eyeshadow. To create a thin and buildable line use the Idôle Ultra-Precise Felt Tip Liner. Start by drawing a regular line on the upper lash line and then apply the eyeliner in a winged eyeliner shape. The ergonomic packaging and felt tip allows for seamless one glide stroke application making winged eyeliner application super easy.
Step 3: Use the same Idôle Ultra-Precise Felt Tip Liner to apply an inner corner eyeliner effect. With a flexible ultra slim felt tip Idôle Liner Makes it easy to apply eyeliner to the inner corner of the eye. Plus, with up to 24H waterproof wear this eyeliner is perfect for a smokey eye look that lasts all night long.
Step 4: Start to waterline the eyes. Using Drama Liqui-Pencil Eyeliner in the shade Café Noir apply the pencil eyeliner to the waterline of the eyes. This will intensify the smokey eye effect and create more drama to the eyes.
Finish the Winged Smokey Eye with Eyeliner
After applying eyeliner in a winged shape complement the overall smokey eye makeup look with soft and fluttery lashes using Lash Idôle Mascara. Lash Idôle Mascara features a specially designed curved mascara wand with 360 micro-bristles designed to catch each and every lash for optimum lift and curve. As you apply mascara the wand pushes up & fans out lashes for an open eye effect.
Complement the Look with Nude Lipstick
The natural instinct with a smokey eye is often to follow up with a nude lipstick but for a trending look try swapping out the regular soft nude lipstick with a brown nude lipstick. Our L’Absolu Rouge Cream Lipstick in the shade 546 But First Cafe is a neutral nude brown lipstick shade that looks edgy and trendy with a smokey eye look.