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Tutorial: How to do Perfect Cat Eye with Liquid Liner

how to do easy cat eyeliner with liquid liner photo tutorial


By Contributor: Mahima

CAT WINGED EYELINER, isn’t it the most prettiest eyeliner shape ever? Oh yes it is, it can instantly make your eye look from bleh to GLAMOUROUS. A winged eyeliner elongates your eyes making it look bigger and bolder. Cat feline eyeliner could itself h ave different shapes like ‘how long the wing is gonna be

’ or ‘how thick or thin the liner at inner corner will be’ and well it all depends upon the eye shape. It can be made subtle for everyday or super dramatic for an event. We have so many celebrities wearing winged eyeliner, from Taylor swift and Adele’s not too long but dramatic winged liner to Amy Winehouse’s long and extremely dramatic liner. Again it all depends upon the eye shape, look and TASTE.

And you my ladies, yes YOU can master the perfect winged liner with a little practice, just follow the simple steps below and practice them to master the technique even if you mess up, don’t discourage yourself makeup is all about practicing keeping in mind your taste, face shape and occasion.

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 1
cat eyeliner tutorial step 1

Step 1- start off with a clean eye, conceal the bad bad dark circles if you prefer to do it before the eye makeup (I do my base first then eye makeup).

Concealer used- Maybelline dream lumi touch (buff).

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 2
cat eyes step 2

Step 2- fill in your brows if you always do and apply a light shimmering eye shadow all over your lid and brow bone.

e/s used- Maybelline quad in copper brown (lightest shade).

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 3
cat eyes step 3

Step 3- apply a light brown or taupe shade into your crease using a fluffy blending brush. Same quad (dark copper brown shade). Tighline your eyes with a kohl pencil. Tighlining is basically filling the gaps between your upper lashes, this makes you lashes look a lot more fuller and also pulls the whole look together.

Kohl used- Maybelline colossal kajal (12h formula).

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 4
cat eyes step 4

Step 4- just make a straight line from the end of lower lash line towards your brow. (TIP: if you cannot do this then just stick a piece of tape from the corner of your lower lash line towards your brow and make the line, you can even use a white liner pencil to guide you

Eyeliner used- Maybelline hyper glossy liner (black).

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 5
cat eyes step 5

Step 5- connect the end of the line to the point where your iris ends, it will make an isosceles triangle ( I got little geometrical over here!)

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 6
cat eyes step 6

Step 6- fill that bad boy in!

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 7
cat eyes step 7

Step 7- now just make 2 or 3 small lines as close to your lash line as possible staring from your inner corner all the way till the triangle. (TIP: use white eyeliner for this step if you cannot do it this way)

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 8
cat eyes step 8

Step 8- join these small lines up AND NOW you can actually adjust the liner according to your eye shape, you can extend the wing to make it long or thicken the whole line to make it more dramatic. (TIP: don’t worry if you mess up, use a little makeup remover on a q-tip and clean your mistake)

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 9
cat eyes step 9

Step 9- this is totally an optional step, but yeah you can go on and apply some black, brown or white kohl pencil to your lower lash line and all my fun ladies you can also play this look up by adding a colored liner like blue or maybe purple ?

Kohl used- same as used for tighlining.

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial step 10
cat eyes step 10

Step 10- okay so we’re almost done, just curl your lashes and apply a good coat of your favorite mascara

Mascara used- Maybelline colossal volume express (waterproof)

how to do easy cat eyeliner tutorial final look

And tadaa this is the final cat eye makeup look!

I just realized I used all Maybelline stuff to this flick tutorial! Now go go in front of mirror and practice.

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209 thoughts on “Tutorial: How to do Perfect Cat Eye with Liquid Liner”

    • Aww thankyou so much arzoo ♡ and I saw your post on that lip polish, great review I must say. Even I have the same shade, Isnt it just gorgeous ? ;)

  1. amazing one Mahima! you have made it look so easy….I am definitely gonna try it today itself….your eyes look lovely dear…..<3 <3

    • Thankyou so much ♡ try using a liquid liner instead of pencil or gel liner, liquid liner makes the liner look sharp and clean :) you can even use a felt tip liner like maybelline’s hypersharp or if you still mess up , clean it using a q-tip.

  2. WOW Mahima

    You have explained it all so simply. And such beautiful and gorgeous eyes you have… so deep… anyone would love to drown in them <3 <3

  3. Looks great !!!
    I am going to look through your blog for a smoky eye look too , if not is it possible to post a tutorial for that as well .. :)

    I absolutely believe that stunning eyes complete half your makeup !!

    • Thankyou mishi :) yes we’ll do it soon and yes I agree with you, “eyes are the mirror of your soul” :)

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  10. For this look, Lavonne recommends using a powder to draw your desired shape, then intensifying it with liquid. If you make a mistake, just use this handy makeup removal trick to clean it up.

  11. For downturned eyes, Lavonne recommends applying your eyeliner from the inner corner to the outer corner in a thin line. Extend your wing up toward the crease, using the outer corner of your eyebrow as a guide (don’t extend further!). Give your overall look a pop of color by picking a pretty shade that complements your irises.

  12. For almond eyes, Lavonne recommends taking advantage of your lid space. Draw your eyeliner from the inner corner all the way across the lash line, then flick it out, stopping at the tip where your crease starts.

  13. To make sure the liner isn’t concealed by your lid, create the outer wing tip where the lid’s hood starts. Work your way inward, applying your liner in thin strokes and widening as desired.

  14. Tip: First, create your wing with a felt-tip liner, which has less pigment and is better for mistakes. Then, trace over it with a liquid or gel liner to deepen the color.

  15. Awesome tutorial! The step-by-step instructions and visuals make it easy to follow along and achieve the perfect cat eye look with a liquid liner. The tips and tricks you’ve shared are very helpful and I’m sure readers will find this article very useful. Great job!


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