There's nothing quite as dramatic as a solid winged eye, and the good news is that it isn't actually extremely hard to do as long as you get the basics right.
This look is good for:
- All eye shapes and any skin/hair/eye color.
I used L'oreal Infallible Shadows in Eternal Black and Permanent Kaki. (I believe this is named differently in the States. You can use any deep khaki green you have.)
You will also need black liner, and mascara.
Then using the same flat angled brush, mark out a line extending from the lower lashes at the same angle, until you reach approximately the end of your brow.
Step 5: Now that you have your basic wing shape, apply green shadow all over the outer ends and the inner corners of the wing, leaving the central lid black. Don't blend out the edges too much because you want the look to be quite dramatic and defined.
At this point, you will probably want to do the rest of your makeup. Looks like this typically cause a lot of fallout, so doing your foundation and concealer after is going to save you more time.
Some people pack a thick coat of powder under their eyes and sweep it off along with fallout after doing their eye makeup, but I don't like how that can make the base under your eyes all chalky and dry.
For LIPS AND CHEEKS, I used:
- Cheeks: NYX Pinky
- Lips: MAC Cream Color Base in Relaxation (MAC Snob is almost identical)