How to get Adele’s winged liner

Bat­tling to get the per­fect cat eye? Not any more! Adele’s makeup artist Michael Ash­ton tells us how he cre­ates the most talked about wing.

Glamour (South Africa) - - Beauty Flash -

Swipe black gel liner onto the back of your hand so you can get a thin coat of gel on a pointed liner brush.

“Go from the in­ner to outer cor­ner of your eye, and start by work­ing the gel into the roots of your lashes,” says Michael. Grad­u­ally build up the thick­ness on the outer three quar­ters. Don’t do the wing just yet.

Paint over the gel with wa­ter­proof liq­uid liner. “It’s key for in­ten­sity and opaque­ness,” he says. Now, cre­ate the wing by flick­ing your line out to­wards your tem­ple.

Us­ing an ear­bud, sweep the end of the wing, mov­ing up­ward at a 45 de­gree an­gle for that per­fect fe­line flick.

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