Eyeliners are a world of their own when it comes to makeup applications. Eyeliners have also stolen the eye makeup game as they have come in different patterns and styles that leave your mouth ajar.
Don’t worry about the seemingly grotesque anime patterns because this article will guide you through each eyeliner pattern.
Easy Anime Eyeliner Looks
If you have a thing for unconventional eyeliner looks, you have walked into an eyeliner gold mine. These eyeliners look pretty tricky to nail because of their unusual pattern, but I’ve simplified these looks by breaking them into simple, easy steps.
1. Pink Wings
With pink eyeliner, you can easily recreate this look. Follow these steps to recreate this look.
Groom your eyebrows.
Ensure your pink eye pencil is well sharpened.
Use your pink eye pencil and draw the first wing at the outer corner of your eyes, bringing it back to your eyelid.
Draw another larger wing close to the previous.
Draw this wing back to the inner corner of your eyes, and line the inner eyelid.
From the tip of the first wing, draw a line from there over your crease to underneath your eyebrows.
2. Black Fairy Wings
No need to wear fairy wings on your back when you can wear a fairy-winged eyeliner look. To recreate this look, follow these steps:
Groom your eyebrows
Set an excellent background to draw this look by applying concealer and blend into the skin.
Brush on some setting powder to give you a clean eye slate to work with and.
Use a liquid black eyeliner and draw the winged eye look.
Start by drawing a stroke at the outer corner of your eyes.
Proceed to draw a line over your eyes, starting from the inner side of your eyes, and follow the curvature of your eyes.
At the end of this line, ensure it has a winged tail.
Connect the two wings with a curved V- line.
Proceed to line the upper lid of the eyes, ensuring the line thickens as it moves towards the outer corner of the eyes.
Draw two upper crease lines within the crease and connect these lines and strokes to create a network of winged veins.
Coating your eyelashes with black mascara would blend your lashes into the look.
3. Orange Web
This eyeliner look uses orange eyeshadow with a dark brown eyeshadow and another lighter brown shade accompanied by a well-drawn black eyeliner. To recreate this look, follow these steps:
To successfully achieve this look, you must groom your brows well. Ensure a well-defined, raised brow gives room to achieve this eyeliner look.
Apply eyeshadow primer and blend into the skin.
With an eyeshadow brush, apply a well-pigmented orange eyeshadow to your eyelid. Ensure you don’t apply this orange color above your crease line.
Once the orange eyeshadow has been applied, you can go ahead to draw your black winged eyeliner on your upper eyelid.
Ensure you line your eyes from the inner corners, winging them out at the edge.
With a clean brush of eyeshadow, apply a dark brown eyeshadow color above the brown eyeshadow.
Use the black liquid eyeliner to draw a crease line where the two eyeshadow meets.
Ensure it also wings out at the edge, almost touching the tail of your brows.
Apply a thin orange eyeshadow line above the dark brown eyeshadow.
Use the black liquid eyeliner and line between both eyeshadow colors. Ensure it meets the other crease line.
The last eyeshadow color, a light brown shade, is applied from the inner corners upwards above the other eyeshadows.
Use the black liquid eyeliner and line between the thin orange line and the light brown eyeshadow.
If this is drawn well, you’d have a traditional black eyeliner, with one other line on your crease and two others above the crease.
Use the black liquid eyeliner to line seven slanted strokes starting from near the inner corner of your eyes to the wing at the outer cover of your eyes.
Use black eyeliner and thickly line your lower eyelid. Line your waterline also.
Complete this look by attaching broken glitters to the inner corner of your eyes.
To attach the broken glitter, use an eyeshadow glitter glue and apply a small quantity to the inner corner. Ensure you avoid this glitter glue from getting into your eyes.
After applying the glue, carefully stick the broken glitters on the glitter glue.
Coat your upper and bottom lashes with your favorite mascara.
4. Black Eyeliner Look
Recreate this look by making use of liquid black eyeliner. These are the steps to follow:
Start with adequately grooming your eyebrows.
Use a liquid black eyeliner and line over your eyes from the inner corners, leaving a gap in between.
Stop where you meet the outer corner of your eyes and line it downwards to meet the end of the eyelid.
Fill in the space using black liquid eyeliner.
Draw a block after and another smaller block as you approach your brow bone.
Next, draw the last angled stroke close to your brow tail.
Use the black liquid eyeliner and line under your lower lid.
Draw the first line from the lower inner corner of your eyes to the center of the lid.
Draw another line giving a gap between the two winged lines. Ensure these lines are well thickened in appearance.
4. Commando Eyes
Nail this commando version of eyeliner makeup for that war-girl look. Command all the respect and attention with this eyeliner look. Follow these steps to recreate these looks:
Start by grooming your eyebrows.
To keep this look in place, prime your face and apply some skin-toned foundation and setting powder.
Ensure you do the same around your eye area.
Use eyeshadow to line around your eyelid.
Create a small smokey eye and look at the outer corner of the eyes.
Use the eyeshadow brush and draw a flowing line from the center of your eyelid to your cheekbones.
Draw another thicker line from above your brows upwards.
5. Hot Pink Glitter Eyeliner
This eyeliner look is well achieved using lots of glitter and glue to ensure it stays in place. To recreate this look, follow these steps:
Groom your eyebrows slightly thin and ensure the arc is well defined.
Apply glitter glue from the upper eyelid to the inner corner of the eyes and down to the lower eyelid.
Use a small brush and pick up pink glitter and apply it to the areas you lined with glitter glue.
Use black eyeliner and line the pink glitter at the lower eyelid.
Ensure you create fanned wings with a black eyeliner at the outer corner of the eyes.
Apply black eyeshadow from the inner corner of your eyes above the hot pink eyeshadow on the upper eyelid.
Apply a nonshiny light purple eyeshadow over the rest of your eyelid and below the pink glitter at the bottom of your lower eyelid.
Brush on some sticky blue glitter over the purple eyeshadow.
Apply a false eyelash to your upper eyelid and touch it with a coat of pink mascara to match the pink glitter. For more purple eyeshadow looks, read: 10 Purple Eyeshadow Looks.
6. Green Eyeshadow and Black Eyeliner
This anime eyeliner look uses green eyeshadow, green glitter, and gold glitter with black liquid eyeliner. Follow these steps to recreate this look:
Ensure your eyebrows are well groomed and defined.
Apply eyeshadow primer to your eyelids to give a good working base for your makeup.
With an eyeshadow brush, apply green eyeshadow to your eyelid.
Use a liquid black eyeliner to line your upper eyelid, drawing out a wing at the outer corner of the eyes.
Use the liquid black eyeliner and line from the inner corner of the eyes over the green eyeshadow.
Ensure it wings out at the edge, and the eye line is very thick. Connect the eye line drawn on the crease at the outer corner to the winged line on the upper eyelid.
It’s time to create more winged lines using liquid black eyeliner.
Draw two lines from under your brows at the outer corner of your eyes. Draw the stroked lines to imitate the winged line at the corner there.
Draw another stroke from the corner of your lower eyelid in a winged manner.
Using black eyeliner, line your waterline.
Use an aqua green eyeshadow color or pencil and line your lower eyelid.
Apply false eyelashes both at the upper eyelid and bottom lashes too.
Apply glitter glue over the black eyeliner in a winged line.
Use a brush to apply gold glitter to the glitter glue.
In between the winged line, apply glitter glue and brush green glitter on it.
Apply glitter glue under the winged stroke at the lower eyelid and under the bottom false lash to the inner corner of the eye.
Apply green glitter on the line of glitter glue.
Eyeliners like this are daring and pull the weight of attention to your eyes. You can easily recreate this look by following these steps:
Groom your eyebrows properly.
Brush on some setting powder over your eyelids.
Draw a big arc from the inner corner of your eyes, lining your eyelid and curving upwards underneath the eyebrows.
Draw another line from your eyelids right behind the first line.
Create jagged-looking tips using the black liquid eyeliner.
Apply your false eyelashes.
8. Leopard Spots
We have leopard prints on bags and clothes, and what have you? The idea of leopard spots on your eye is a bold and daring look. To recreate this look, follow these steps:
Groom your eyebrows well, and ensure it is well arched and defined.
Apply eyeshadow primer and blend into the skin.
Apply concealer and blend into the skin.
Use orange eyeliner and place spots on your eyelid.
Use a liquid eyeliner in brown color and draw an uneven circle around the orange circle.
Use the brown eyeliner between the leopard spots and draw brown spots on your eyes.
Use black eyeliner, line your upper eyelid, and draw a wing at the outer corner of your eyes.
Line your lower eyelid.
Coat your lashes with mascara.
9. Subtle Bown
If using liquid black eyeliners is too bold for you, you can opt for a softer eyeliner color such as brown. It would make your eyes appear softer. Follow these steps to recreate this look:
Groom your eyebrows.
Brush on your eyelid.
Use a liquid brown eyeliner and line from the inner corner of your eyes to the outer corner of your eyes.
Extend this line at the inner corner of your eyes, and line the inner corner of the lower lid.
From the lower outer corner of the eyes, line it out to create a winged eye look at the corner, with a bit of space in between at the edge.
10. Orange Flair
Create a double winged eyeliner look with orange eyeliner following these simple steps:
Start with adequately grooming your eyebrows.
Brush powder on the eyelid.
Use your eyeliner and draw a bold winged line from the dip of your eye crease at the outer corner of your eyes.
Draw another bold winged line from the crease out to the corner of the eyes.
Draw a line from under the brows parallel to the inner corner of the eyes.
Use a shimmering eyeshadow and dab at the inner corner of your eyes.
Smudge on the orange eyeliner and line your lower eyelid.
11. Black Stroked Eyeliner
Recreate this black eyeliner look with under-eye strokes to give that extra touch and detail. This is how to recreate this look:
Groom your eyebrows well.
Brush on powder on the eyelid.
Line the upper eyelid with liquid black eyeliner.
Line first the upper eyelid and wing it at the edge.
Line again slightly above the first line, starting above the eyelid from the inner corner.
Draw a line from there to the edge, connecting both wings at the tip of the winged tail.
Fill every space in between with black eyeliner.
Draw a line from the wing down into the lower eyelid at the outer corner of the eyes.
This line should not exceed the middle point of the eyes.
Start drawing strokes on the lower eyelid; ensure the strokes get longer as you approach the wing.
12. Green Eyeliner
Colored eyeliners are attractive in themselves, and this green-colored eyeliner look is one to try certainly. You can easily recreate this look with these simple steps:
Properly groom your eyebrows.
Brush some power on your eyelid to create a fresh eye pad to draw your eyeliner look.
Use colored eyeliner, and draw the regular traditional winged eyeliner.
Ensure you line halfway to your eyelid and not to the inner corner of your eyes.
Draw a wavy line from the corner of your eyes into the crease underneath your brows.
Draw another wavy line downwards from the tip of the wing.
13. Gold glittery Black Eyeliner Look
Dazzle in this gold glittery eyeliner look by following these simple steps:
Groom your eyebrows well.
Brush on skin tones powder to the eyelid.
From the outer corner of your eyes, draw out a winged line.
And from the inner corners of your eyes, draw a pin image.
Use glitter glue to attach gold glitters at the inner corner of the eyes above the pin image.
Apply glitter glue at the corner of the eyes to glue gold glitters too.
Use black eyeshadow to line the lower eyelid of the outer corner of the eyes.
14. Blue Studded Wing
Winged eyeliner looks have become a thing, but adding studs to your winged look creates a new vibe. To recreate this look, follow these steps:
Groom your brows well.
Apply concealer on your eyelids and blend it into your skin.
Apply a light blue she over your eyes.
Use a liquid blue eyeliner and line your upper eyelid.
At the outer corner of the eyes, ensure you draw a sharp upward wing that extends above the brow.
Draw an arc line above your crease with the same blue eyeliner.
Line your lower eyelid with the blue eyeliner and connect it with the upward wing.
Apply the false eyelash to your upper eyelid.
Apply long bottom lashes to your bottom lashes.
Attach blue-colored strips with lash glue to your upper eyelid.
Use studs of two sizes with glitter glue to create the studded eyeliner look.
Apply nine glitter glue spots at the center line of the wing.
Start attaching the smaller studs, about five of them. Start from the highest point of the wing and line to the base of the wing.
Attach four bigger glue spots to attach four bigger colored studs.
Apply glitter glue along the studs on each side as long as there’s enough space to attach the studs within the eyeliner mark.
You have your blue studded eyeliner look complete!
16. Simple Black Eyeliner
- Simple Black Eyeliner
You can try this simple black eyeliner look. It is a straightforward look. So we create this look follow these simple steps:
Stop with a well-groomed eyebrow.
Brush some skin tone powder on your upper eyelid.
Use a black liquid eyeliner to line your upper eyelid to ensure its wings are out at the outer corner of the ice.
Your simple black eyeliner look is complete stop.
17. Glittery Tears
You can easily recreate this look for Halloween or some costumed event. All you would need would be some dark purple eyeshadow, glitters, and glitter glue, and you are good to go. Follow these steps to recreate this look:
Groom your eyebrows; if you have sparse brows, use an eye pencil to fill in missing spots and give you a homogenous look.
Apply eyeshadow primer to keep your eyeshadow from creasing.
With an eyeshadow brush, apply the dark purple eyeshadow over your eyelid.
Apply the same color on your lower eyelid and below it to the inner corner of your eyes.
Use a green eye pencil to line your waterline.
Apply glitter glue to the inner corner of your eyes and attach broken glitters in a clustered pattern.
Apply glitter glue from your lower eyelid in a flowing pattern down to your cheeks.
Create three flowing glitters.
Use a small precise brush and place glitters on the flowing glitter glue.
Flowers are worn on and attached to our hair as bands, straps, etc. But who thought they had made a lovely eyeliner look? Here it is, a sunflower-inspired eyeliner, and you can easily recreate these look with these steps:
Ensure your eyebrows are well groomed.
Apply a concealer and blend it into the eyes.
Apply a skin-toned powder to your eyelid.
Use a white liquid eyeliner and draw flower petals and use an orange eyeliner and draw a spot in the middle of the petals to complete the flower image.
Start this from the inner corner of the eyes, just underneath the eyebrows.
Draw four more flowers in a like manner.
The fifth is slightly different; draw two petals and end it with a bigger spot.
The sixth to the ninth is just bigger orange spots to the outer corner of the eyes.
19. Thorny Eyeliner
With just a liquid black eyeliner, you can start and complete this eyeliner lol, and here is how to go about it:
Start with grooming your eyebrows.
Just brushing some powder over your eyelid is enough.
Use a liquid black eyeliner and line from the middle of your eyelid to the outer corner of the eyes. Ensure it wings out at the edge.
Line your lower eyelid from the inner corners to the outer corner of the eyes.
At the lower end of the outer corner, ensure to draw two or three thorns or spikes before connecting it to the wing at the edge.
Use a good volumizing mascara on the bottom lashes to define them.
20. Deep Blue Sea
Create a deep blue eyeliner look like this using blue eyeshadow with some blue glitter and black eyeshadow, following these steps:
Ensure your brows are well carved and defined.
Apply some eyeshadow primer and blend it into the skin.
Use blue eyeliner to line your upper eyelid from the inner corner to the utter corner of the eyes.
Ensure it wings out at the outer corner of the eyes.
Use black eyeshadow to create a smokey eye look over the blue eyeliner. Ensure the black eyeshadow does not completely cover the eyelid.
Line your waterline with a black eye pencil.
Apply bottom lashes to your lower lashes for a bolder eye look.
Use blue eyeliner to line your lower eyelid.
Apply some glitter glue and add blue glitter to your upper and lower eyelid.
Anime eyeliner looks are not your regular eyeliner looks, as they give you strokes and wings from the future. Which of our anime eyeliner looks do you love recreating?