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April 10, 2014

How To Achieve The Winged Eyeliner Look

How To achieve the winged eyeliner look by barbie's beauty bits

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by GlamSt.  While compensation was gained for writing this post, all views expressed and winged eyeliner tips are my own and were not influenced in anyway. 
This is my 3rd post in my GlamST.  series for the month of April. For those of you who are not familiar with GlamST., they are the first virtual makeup tester, on the market! It’s a makeup lover’s dream come true. The site allows you to test makeup, give tips, while sharing the experience with your friends & more!  And the best part, if you don’t like how something turned out, who cares as you can try another!  Plus, you didn’t waste money on a product you didn’t like. 

GlamST. gives you the chance to try out everything from concealer to colored eyeliner! The eyeliner features are bold and give you more of a winged liner, which is awesome for those of you want see how you would look, but have no idea how to achieve the winged eyeliner eye.

Here are some of my virtual eyeliner creations.  You’ll notice that you can create these on yourself, or choose to use one of the models they provide. Below those, I have shared some tips on how to achieve this winged eyeliner look in real life! Enjoy...

Virtual Winged Eyeliner Looks

GlamST. Winged Eyeliner Virtual Makeover Looks, By Barbie's Beauty Bits

GlamST.  Virtual Makeover Eye Looks, By Barbie's Beauty Bits

Tips On How To Achieve The Winged Eyeliner Look In Real Life

Step 1: Start With A Primed Eyelid: If you are a regular to my blog you will hear me mention primer.  You must prime in order to get long lasting makeup application.  Starting with a base will allow the eyeliner to adhere better. In addition to using a primer, I also recommend, blending some concealer directly under your lash line, to enable your eyeliner to stay all day

Step 2: Use A Great Eyeliner: The last thing you want to do is to use an eyeliner that runs or is really hard to apply.  You want to select an eyeliner that glides on. 

Step 3:  Draw A Thin Line Out From The Outside Corner Of Your Eye.


Step 4: Draw A Line Back To Your Upper Lash Line. Creating A Small Triangle.

Step 5:  Fill It In The Triangle.

Step 6:  Apply Eyeliner To The Rest Of Your Lid, In Small Strokes.



  1. I love your blog! You are very detailed which is helpful! Same basic empty articles that others write frustrate me, as they don't really explain! Thanks Barbie for another awesome tip!

  2. I love your details too, thanks! But, what type of eyeliner do you recommend? Some of them are really bad, or maybe I'm using them wrong?

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  4. Hello, I was just browsing blogs & I stumbled on your blog - It is really amazing! I love the posts you do! Nothing like a great blog, look forward to reading more posts :) best wishes! Followed you on blog lovin and GFC :)

  5. Sounds good. I really feel the difference between the two before and after applying the eyeliner.


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