Everyone wants in on new eyeliner looks. Your eyes are said to adorn your face, and the perfect eyeliners are just what your face needs. Getting the right eyeliner look for a beginner may seem arduous, but with the proper steps, it is doable.
And that’s precisely what this piece will do for you, break down eyeliners into steps.
Eyeliner Looks for Beginners Step by Step
Here are 20 eyeliner looks any beginner can easily recreate. You can recreate these in any color combination of your choice. Just make sure you choose the right colors for your skin tone.
Let’s dive right in!
1. Traditional Eyeliner
Before creating different eyeliner looks, you must first begin with traditional eyeliner. To create this simple eyeliner look, follow these steps
Using a black liquid eyeliner, draw out a stroke at the edge of your eyelid.
Create a wing by drawing that line back into your upper eyelid. The line ends in the middle of your eyelid.
Extend the line to the inner corner of your eyes. Keep this line as thin and close to your lid as possible.
Line the inner corner of your eyes.
2. Yellow Dust Winged Look
Add some pop of color to your traditional winged eyeliner with this look. Follow these simple steps to recreate this look:
Start with a well-groomed brow
Draw the traditional winged look with liquid black eyeliner.
Line your eyes to your inner corners
With an eyeshadow brush, pick a bright eyeshadow in the color yellow and dab it into the inner corner for that pop of color.
The look doesn’t end there, use the same brush and color and line your lower lid.
Your Yellow Dust Winged Look is complete.
3. White Broad Winged Eyeliner
This look is great for round eyes, and it is easy to pull up this look in just a short amount of time. Follow these simple steps:
First line the eyes with a black pencil
Use a liquid white eyeliner to draw a stroke out from the inner corner of your eyes.
With the stroke drawn, imitate the inner corner of your eyes and draw it into your upper crease to create a wide-looking wing.
Use an eyeshadow brush and apply an eyeshadow color choice to your eyelid.
Draw your regular wing, only make this one a thinner and shorter-tailed wing.
Get your favorite falsie and apply it to your lashes with appropriate glue
4. Simple White and Black Winged Eyeliner Look
This eyeliner look is as simple as it gets and easy to pull off.
Draw a lengthy stroke at the corner of your eyes
Draw the line back to the eyelid.
Fill in the spaces between with eyeliner to achieve your perfect wing
Next, Cut a similar winged look with ititsitsner at your crease.
5. Simple Pink Eyeliner Look
How easy can an eyeliner be? This eyeliner is straightforward
Using a well-sharpened pink colored pencil
Draw out a stroke at the outer corner of your eyes
Line your eyelids from the inner to the outer corner of your eyes.
With the same pink colored pencil, line your lower lid completely.
A light blue eyeshadow just at the inner corner of the eyes.
6. Simple Winged Eyeliner
This winged eyeliner look is so easy for beginners as it is nothing far from traditional eyeliner. If you have little time for eye makeup, you can quickly create this look and head out.
Keep your eyebrows groomed and in place.
Draw out a wing with a black liquid eyeliner at the corner of your eyes.
Draw the line back in to create your wing
The only difference between this black winged eyeliner from the traditional eyeliner is that you don’t line the upper eyelids.
7. The Purple-Black Winged Eyeliner
This winged eyeliner look is another excellent option for beginners as it resembles the traditional eyeliner, but only with another colored wing.
Draw out a wing at the corner of your eyes.
Draw another winged line at the outer corner of your eyes.
If you do this well, you will notice a little space between
Draw the line back in to create your wing
The line below the wing is a straight line with a blue pencil or liquid eyeliner. Make sure the winged line is slightly longer than the previous one.
Line the lower inner corner of your eyes with the same pencil or eyeliner for an accentuated effect.
Get your favorite falsie and set the glue on the band.
Allow to get tacky and apply on the base of your eyelid.
Adjust it till it fits perfectly.
8. Halfway Winged Eyeliner
This halfway winged eyeliner is so easy to achieve this look and gives an added oomph to your look without overdoing it. To achieve this look, follow these steps:
With liquid eyeliner, draw out a stroke at the edge of the eyes.
A line from the stroke back into your lower lid
Make sure you stop just around the middle of your lid.
Line in again to fill up the space between both lines to create your perfect wing.
This look isn’t complete without lining the lower corner of your eyes just beneath the wing
Make sure you line it barely halfway into the lid and stop.
Finish this look by coating your lashes with your favorite mascara.
9. White Dotted Winged Eyeliner
Brighten your eyes and look with the white dotted winged eyeliner; this is how to create this look.
Using a liquid white eyeliner, draw out two strokes to create a wing at the corner of your eyes.
Fill in the space in-between to create a perfect-looking wing.
Use your white eyeliner to create dots just slightly above your crease.
Dot it to give a single-eye look above your crease
Here comes your eyelash strip extension.
Fix your lashes for that wow look!
10. Blue and White Eyeliner
Don’t just end your eyeliner look with just blue eyeliner; add some glam to it by using white eyeliner to brighten the look.
Using your blue-colored eye pencil, draw a wing at the corner of your eyes.
Use the same pencil and like your lower eyelid ultimately.
Get your white liquid eyeliner.
And draw a line above your crease, extending it to the blue wing.
11. Full Black Eyeliner Wing
This eyeliner is a long-winged look with bold black liquid eyeliner. Break out of the usual thin-looking eyeliners and try this wide eyeliner.
With a well-groomed brow
Prep your eyelids by adding a small quantity of primer
Blend into the eyelid
Use a natural skin-toned eyeshadow on your upper lid.
Use a liquid eyeliner and draw a line parallel to your eyelid.
At the outer corner of the eyes, draw out a wing.
Draw another wing from the upper lid
Connect these two wings with a V-sign.
There is a lot of space between your lines.
Begin filling in all the spaces in-between till it is completely lined.
12. Simple Green Wing
If you are not big on using colors, using just a dash of color here could make the difference.
Prep your eyes by applying an eyeshadow primer.
Add some gold-colored eyeshadow to your upper eyelid.
Using a green colored pencil or liquid eyeliner
Draw a wing at the corner of your eyes
Draw another line in the inner corner of your eyes.
Complete the look by applying a false eyelash.
13. Black Winged Smokey Eyeliner
You can never go wrong with a black-winged eyeliner. This look has a smokey underline for that smoldering look.
Using a black liquid eyeliner
Create a wing at the corner of your eyes
Extend this line into your eyelid and begin to fill in with liquid eyeliner.
Create the perfect black winged look
Use a black pencil to create a smokey under-eye.
Line your eyes completely from the outer corner to the inner corner of the eyes.
Coat your lashes with a black pigment mascara for a bolder lash look.
Blue and Black Winged Eyeliner
Simple and easy to nail this black and blue eyeliner look. Follow these easy steps:
With your black liquid eyeliner, create a black wing.
Line your upper lids entirely with the black liquid eyeliner.
Use a blue pencil or a blue liquid eyeliner to line underneath the wing.
Creating an extended eyeliner under the first wing
Use the cylinder and line the inner corner of your eyes.
Use black mascara to coat your lashes.
14. Black Smokey Eyeliner Look
Simplicity is written all over this eyeliner look. Follow these steps to recreate this simple look.
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Use a black or deep brown eyeshadow to create a wing.
Use a small precise eyeshadow brush to apply the eyeshadow to your lid.
Line your lids with the black eyeshadow
Line your lower lids from the inner to the outer corner of the eyes.
Use the brush with the eyeshadow to draw a faint crease line on your lid.
15. Elevated Black Winged Eyeliner
Looking for a way to elevate your look, try this black elevated winged look. Very similar to the traditional winged look, only with a more elevated wing.
Prime your eyes with some primer
Line your lower lid with a purple pencil or eyeshadow.
Draw out an elevated stroke at the corner of your eyes.
Draw in the stroke to your eyelid
Line your eyelids to the inner corner of your eyes.
Use the black liquid eyeliner to fill in the space created in the wing.
Your Elevated black winged eyeliner is ready!
16. Gold Dusted Brown Winged Eyeliner
This look is both simple and subtle. It is an excellent way to elevate your look withot doing too much.
Use a brown pencil to create this look.
Prepare your eyelids with an eyeshadow primer and blend in.
Get your pencil and create a wing at the corner of your eyes.
Line your eyelids with the brown pointed pencil to the inner corner of your eyes
Use a small brush to apply gold dust eyeshadow color to the inner corner of the eyes.
Use the same brown pencil to line your lower lid from the outer corner to the inner corner of your eyes
17. Black Pencil Eyeliner
Using a black pencil to line your eyes is an ageless makeup trick to define your eyes.
Use a black pencil to create the regular wing.
Line your upper lids with the black pencil to the inner corners
Use the same black pencil and line the lower old from the outer to inner
18. Pink Eyeshadow White Heart Eyeliner
Win many hearts by recreating this look with pink eyeshadow and white eyeliner.
Prep your lids with an eyeshadow primer
Groom your brows
With an eyeshadow brush, apply the eyeshadow as a wing at the outer corner of your eyes.
And use the same brush and eyeshadow on the crease of your eyes.
If you do this well, there should be a space on the upper lid between the wing and the crease eyeshadow.
Now for the final touch, draw a heart sign on the space.
Use a White eyeliner and draw a curved crease cut slightly above your natural crease.
Your look is complete.
19. Simple White Winged Eyeliner
White eyeliners have definitely come to stay, as they give a bright, awakened effect to your eyes.
Start with grooming your eyebrows.
Use a white liquid eyeliner to draw out a wing.
With the white liquid eyeliner, line your upper eyelids from the inner to the outer corner of your eyes.
Connect this white eyeliner to the wing and fill up any spaces.
20. The Black Starred Eyeliner
The black liquid eyeliner look is always a defining look any day, then taking it up a notch with two stars is all the wow-effect you need.
Start with grooming your eyebrows.
Use a liquid black eyeliner to draw your wing
Line your eyes completely from the inner to outer corners.
Use the black liquid eyeliner to line your eyelids at the outer corner of your eyes.
Complete this look by drawing a star below the wing and another above the wing.
Yes, we promised 20 eyeliners for beginners, and we delivered! And there’s more to try out; read 10 Winged Eyeliner Looks.