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Cat Eye Makeup Tutorial ❀ How To Perfect Winged Eyeliner!

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Now that you’ve got the base done, it’s time to pick out a product that works for you. You can use a liquid liner that comes in a tiny vial bottle with a thin brush applicator or a felt tip pen. You can also use a gel-based eyeliner that comes in a pot. You will have to use an angled brush or eyeliner brush for this. For the sake of simplicity, let’s use a felt tip eyeliner. This is convenient, and easy to use, if you’re a beginner. I love using They’re Real!Push Up Eyeliner by Benefit. It’s a gel-based eyeliner that comes in a pen form. The applicator is the best part since it is angled.

Now, without further ado, let’s get started with the tutorial!

How To Do Cat Eye Makeup – Tutorial

A cats eyes are enchanting, aren’t they?

That slender shape and outline – there’s something about those feline eyes! The cat eye liner look has been quite a rage in the makeup world for a long time now. From Cleopatra to Bollywood actresses, cat eyes have been flaunted by all women who are at the top of their fashion game. This look is here to stay, so it’s best to try and perfect it right now. It’s never too late to begin!

Before we dive into the cat eye makeup tutorial, these are the things you will need.

What You Will Need
Primer
Eyeliner
What To Do Before Going To Do Cat Eye Makeup?
There are a few things you must Take care of before you start on your makeup. Pay heed to the steps below, it’s important!

Step 1: Prep The Eye
The very first step is to create a good base for the cat eye. Make sure to thoroughly cleanse, tone and moisturize. If you have redness around the eyes, dark circles or puffiness, use an eye serum or an eye cream. These do wonders! To make sure that the makeup sits well, apply a primer.

Step 2: Pick An Eyeliner
Step 1: Line The Upper Lash Line
Line the upper lashline in slow strokes. Start off with small strokes, since you don’t want to rush too quickly and mess it up. If you make small strokes, you can gradually increase the thickness as per your requirement.

Step 2: Find The Right Angle
This is crucial! Follow the natural shape of your eyes to guide you as to where your flick would go. Imagine that your lower lash line is extended. This should be the angle that you create a flick. You can use an eyeshadow and an angled brush to roughly map out the shape.

Step 3: Create The Flick
Once you have the angle figured out, use dotted motions with your eyeliner to create a flick. Using small dots will help you figure out what the flick’s final shape would be. When you are satisfied with this, join the dots and fill it in to connect to the line you’ve drawn above your lashline.

Step 4: Clean Up
If the shape is a little wonky, you can always use a cotton swab or concealer to correct it. Voila! One perfect cat eye, ready to see the world!

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