I recently wore this makeup to a wedding and then realises I wore practically the same dress and same makeup! I guess it means I love the combo! So here’s how I created this classic winged eyeliner look, that’s also long lasting.
I just applied a bit of this under my eyes using a damp beauty blender.
When I’m after full coverage and long lasting makeup I use this powder foundation to set my liquid foundation. Click here for a full review.
I applied a light wash of this all over the lids.
I applied a bit of this darker matte brown shadow into the crease for some added definition.
I use the sticky tape method to create a flawless wing every time. Click here to find out how to use the sticky tape method.
Finally got my hands on a Becca highlighter and get what all the fuss is about. Super pigmented! However I think you can achieve the same look with The Balm May Lou Manizer.
You can do any lipstick with this look as its super neutral. I went nude as my dress was red. But below is the look with a red lipstick (Jeffree Star Redrum).
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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