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Learn How: Get a Perfect Winged Eye With Infinity Waterproof Eyeliner™

Step 1: Start by placing the eyeliner across your top lash line using small dashes from inner corner to the edge of your lid. Gina is using Alondra (Aubergine Shimmer).

Step 2: Using the smudge tip, blend these dashes together to create a blended straight line.

Step 3: Next up is the wing! Look into a mirror and place a dot where you want your wing to end.

Then, connect your lash line to the dot. Closing your eyes, start at the tip of the wing you just created and trace the line backwards towards the edge of your lid.

Step 4: Use the smudge tip to blend everything together for the ultimate winged look.


More Looks We Love


Myever wears Alondra (Aubergine Shimmer) (right) with Brilliant Eye Brightener™ in Mieko (Soft Pink Shimmer) added for a full eye look (left).


Megan uses Nalie (Chocolate Brown Shimmer) and Brilliant Eye Brightener™ in Anise (Warm Bronze Shimmer) for her eye-catching shape.


Evonique combines Alondra (Aubergine Shimmer) and Jade (Teal Shimmer) for her two-toned winged look.


Tips by Eye Type


  1. Round or larger eyes: Eyeliner should be applied on the top lash line, with some applied to the bottom outer corner, then smudged out to create more of an almond shape.

  2. Almond-shaped eyes: Apply a thin line on the top lash line from the iris to the outer edge with some liner smudged under the lashes on the lower lash line. Pair this with white liner in the waterline to open the eyes as much as possible.

  3. Hooded eyes: Apply eyeliner to the upper, inner lash line then slightly smudge the color up to the lashes to make the lash line appear larger. Then apply a soft eyeliner color like Nalie (Chocolate Matte) to the entire bottom lash line.

  4. Deep-set eyes: Use a very thin line on the top lid and add several layers of mascara to the bottom lashes to open up the eyes.

  5. Double lids or monolids: Use a very thick line on the lash line, making sure the line is straight and you can see the liner. Then add a very light liner to the bottom lash line.


For more inspiration, tips, and tutorials, text our team of Beauty Advisors at 310-620-1535.

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