Many agree that making a winged liner is pretty difficult but the having the perfect eye liner to create the coveted wing helps out a lot.
A couples months back I bought the Laura Geller Eye Calligraphy Liquid Liner Trio. Keep reading to find out how this trio has impacted my winged liner skills. Enjoy!
Over the years I have used all types of eyeliner: pencil, liquid, gel, and liquid liner from a pen. For a while the gel was working for me but I still wasn’t satisfied. I then tried a pen liner but it seemed to dry out really quick so I gave up pen liners.
Over the summer, the Ulta in my town had makeup artist giving free makeovers and so my sister and I signed up. The makeup artist doing my sisters makeup created a gorgeous winged liner on her and so I knew I had to get my hands on the liner.
These liners come in three different tips – slanted, classic, and fine.
The slanted tip is by far my favorite and this is what makes my winged liner come out almost perfect! The slant helps so much and I use it every time I create a winged liner. This liner is honestly a game changer, I feel like I’ve won the jackpot!
While the slanted tip is great for creating the wing, I like to use the classic tip to fill in the rest of the liner.
Lastly is the fine point tip, I really don’t use this one but it does come in handy when I want to create a thinner line.
Overall these eyeliners are really worth it! They are a very rich black color and they last all day long, sometimes even through a nap!
These retail at $30 which makes them $10 for each eyeliner. I really recommend these especially if you can’t seem to get that perfect winged liner look.
To find out how to fix a small mistake on you liner without messing up the whole makeup check out my review over the e.l.f. Makeup Remover Pen.
Which liner is your favorite for creating a winged line?