|Here's what I'll use: (L-R) Tarina Tarantino Wonderful palette, Sephora Outrageous Volume mini mascara, Sephora Long-lasting liner in 01 Black, Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-on Liner in Covet, NARS Smudge Proof Eye Shadow Base, Shu Uemura lash curler.|
|You can see that it looks quite undefined, which is why I never leave the house without liner. Except the time I forgot, and spent the rest of the day in a depressed stupor. Hahaha.|
|I start in the center; you don't have to, but that's where I like to start, as it ensures that I don't end up with a gob at either end of the lid, where the line should actually thin out.|
And then we continue with liner toward the inner corner, and then the outer corner. I do both eyes, one after the other, so at this point I usually take a step back and look at them both in the mirror to make sure they're even - that they both come out far enough, seem to be about level, etc. The important thing is that they match each other, not that they are perfect on their own.
|It's messy, but that's okay. I usually try to make sure at least the winged part is evened out as best as possible - not patchy.|
|We're blending our pencil into our black line, see?|
|I use less pressure as I get toward the wing; think "feathery" strokes. Get it? Feathers? Wings? Har har.|