There are five different types of eyeliners to choose from when drawing your liner. Pencil eyeliner, liquid liners, gel eyeliner, cream liner, and powder eyeliner are all options, but as a beginner, pencil eyeliner is the easiest to use and allows you to draw inside the eye and around the lashes. Next, if you’ve mastered pencil eyeliner and are ready to create sophisticated eye looks, it’s time to upgrade your liner. The liquid liner comes in a variety of colors and requires practice.
Here’s a tutorial on how to draw a classic cat-eye/ winged eyeliner with liquid eyeliner to get you started on your way to becoming a pro at winged eyeliner.
Begin by applying scotch tape to the edge of your eye to practice your curve.
After you’ve placed the tape, tilt it towards your temple.
Begin by drawing a thick line in the middle of your upper lash line. To provide support, place your pinkie finger against your cheek.
Continue drawing from the tape’s edge; don’t worry if you draw on the tape; it won’t come under the tap. If you’re a beginner, you can also use small dots to outline your cat-eye before tracing it with eyeliner.
Return to the beginning of your eye and complete the link by joining the middle line with thin strokes. The stroke should be near the lashes, and you should be able to see how the line transitions from thin to thick.
Now, Continue to practice. Experiment with liner thickness and angle to determine which style is best for you. After a lot of practice, it becomes easier. Begin with a winged liner, and then branch out into a variety of new styles.