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Apr 22, 2014

Gold Winged Eyeliner Tutorial by In Honor of Design

This gold winged eye is fun enough for a fancy night out, yet easy enough for everyday wear! Anna from In Honor of Design helps us face our winged eyeliner fears with 5 simple steps and products you probably have in your beauty cabinet. Master this makeup trick and you’ll always have a shimmery wink up your sleeve! 🙂

From Anna…

Its fun to add a twist to your normal makeup routine, but often times we are too intimidated to try something new. This easy eyeliner tutorial will break it down into 5 easy steps so that you can feel confident in your new glam look!



Make Up Forever Aqua Eyes Liner in “Metallic Bronze”

Alternative : NYX Slim Eyeliner Pencil in “24 Karat” (not waterproof)

MAC Fluidline Cream Eyeliner in “Blacktrack”

Alternative: Revlon Colorstay Gel Eyeliner Pot

NYX Liquid Crystal Liner in “Crystal Gold” $5

Rimmel London Scandaleyes Kohl Liner in “Nude” $4

Optional : False Lashes like Ardell Demi Wispies $5

Small angled eyeliner brush like Sonia Kashuk’s Angled Eyeshadow Brush


1.Use Makeup Forever bronze liner and starting halfway across your lashline, draw it out to the edge of the eye and up into a “wing.” (This will look unfinished, but it is creating a more solid base for the sparkle liner.)

2. Now using the MAC gel liner and a small angled eyeliner brush, start at the very inner part of the eye and draw a thin line across your whole lash line, ending with a wing directly under the bronze line. This will create a two-tone wing look.

3. Now use the NYX gold sparkle liner to cover only the bronze liner (you can draw it halfway across the lid or the whole way across depending how sparkly you want to be!)

4. Apply Rimmel Nude liner in the bottom waterline (the bottom inner lash line).

5. Finish off with a hefty coat of mascara or false lashes.


Art Direction:  In Honor of Design
Makeup: Brielle Brenner
Photography:  Chelsey Heidorn



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