There’s really nothing more classic than a winged eyeliner look, usually referred to as the 'cat eye.' It’s such a sleek, fresh look, but it can be hard to get without the appropriate system. And really, what is the suitable practice? The matter is...there isn’t one. There are lots of! There are all sorts of techniques people use to make a winged eye. But I'm going to show you my way of getting the winged eye look below.
Steps for Winged Eyeliner Look
Apply pencil eyeliner to your upper lash line.
Use light pencil eyeliner to sketch a thin line as close to your higher lash line as possible. The line should be as slight as possible. This acts as a foundation for your winged eyeliner.
The line does not necessary to be especially efficient at this point, even though it should be thin. You will end up going over the line again, so a little roughness will not create much difference at this point.
Remain your eyelid as flat as possible while doing this. If necessary, tilt your head back and just hardly keep your eye cracked open as you apply the liner.
Place your liner on the outside corner of your eye where your base edge closes and use that as the beginning stage for your "flick." You can augment it out similarly as you'd like—the shorter and more slender the more fragile it looks.
Pull it all together
In case you're doing profound shadow; try to keep your lip neutral. On the other hand, you can likewise wear this look with a perfect eye and pop of shading on your lip