Editorial Style Double Winged Eye Makeup Tutorial & FOTD

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 Hi beauties 🙂

Today I was in mood of doing something slightly different from the rest of the tutorials I’ve done so far. Please enjoy the pics incase you think this isn’t your cup of tea :P  Well, this isn’t something you’d wear for a normal occasion, incase if you’re creative like me, or an aspiring makeup artist/student, you can definitely try the technique. I saw this image once on a foreign blog, and as it was in some other language, I only could understand the images lol 😀 So I have no idea what this should be named, therefore – Editorial Style Double Winged Eye Makeup Tutorial !!

This is a bit mix of color blocking, and crease work, so you can see there’s not much of blending. I’ve only used two main colors, i.e dark navy blue e/s and a turquoise/teal e/s.

NOTE :- I’VE USED TAPE TO ACHIEVE THE SHAPE OF THIS LOOK, IF YOU DON’T WANT TO USE IT, YOU CAN DO IT FREE HAND. ALTHOUGH TAPE IS GOING TO HELP IN GETTING THE CRISP EDGE.

Let’s see how the tape is to be shaped :-

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I cut two small sizes of tapes, and placed one on top of another to get a kind of V shape.

So lets start the tutorial :-

  • Step 1:-  Place the tape on the corner of your eyes, mine are over lapping the eyebrows (don’t worry they aren’t going to wax my brows :rotfl: ) Now using a brush similar to MAC 266, I created a line along the first edge from the tape, brought it till the inside of the eye. Similarly, on the lower edge of the tape, I did the same. After marking the area with a black e/s , I smudged it a bit. This is the only blending I’ve done in the look.

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  • Step 2:– Using the same brush, I used a dark navy blue e/s , and drew a thick flick from outside of the tape’s edge. The space left in between the black crease, and the blue e/s liner, can be filled in with any color you like, I filled it with a turquoise color. I did no blending, simply packed in a lot of this color.

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  • Step 3:– Do a flicked eyeliner, use a highlighter if you want, fill in the waterline preferably with a white/blue kohl, I didn’t had one at the time, therefore filled in with black gel eyeliner only. Use lots of mascara, and falsies if you need. At the end, remove the tape gently.

This is the final look, I wanted to use false lashes, but unfortunately the glue that comes with basicare lashes is all gooey and dry now (I just used it once ) 🙂

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Products used :-

  • Miss Claire Professional Eye shadow palette – Blue (e/s no.4,5)
  • MAC Carbon Eyeshadow (for crease marking)
  • MAC Fluidline –Blacktrack
  • Maybelline Define-A-Lash Mascara

For face :-

For Lips :-

  • Nivea Fruity Shine –Pomegranate (as base)
  • Faces Canada Go Chic Lipstick (Poppy Red)
  • Faces Canada Go Chic Lipstick (Hazelnut)
I’VE USED TAPE TO ACHIEVE THE SHAPE OF THIS LOOK, IF YOU DON’T WANT TO USE IT, YOU CAN DO IT FREE HAND. ALTHOUGH TAPE IS GOING TO HELP IN GETTING THE CRISP EDGE.

Hope you like this look, this can obviously be toned down a bit for parties 🙂

Godbless !! :-*

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89 COMMENTS

  1. Absolutely lovely tute Oops…and the final look is so nice..You look hot!!

    Ana – loved your new template…esp the tag line of your blog :-))

  2. Hey Anaaaaaa…

    I am good…yeah ..i know I was also missing the regular blog hopping though I used to get updates on the reader :-))

    Not blogging at GGG anymore…so will be in touch here and through twittah 😉

    Btw..had sent you a DM n tweet..maybe u missed..

  3. U carry this off superbly ups…not many can do that :beauty: I would look like sum1 from the Adan’s family if i wore this :vampire:

  4. THAT IS SUPER AWESOME UPASANA. I AM SPEECHLESS. :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes: :yes:

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