#MOTD: That Wing

I’ve done colourful eyeliner before but this spring, I felt like doing something a little different. I’m here today with a full tutorial featuring the best wing I have ever done in my life. I hope you like it!


Primer: it’s not until I use a primer that doesn’t fill my pores that I realize how bad mine are. This is the Guerlain Météorities Perles primer.

Concealer: first, the COVERGIRL Trublend fixstick in light under the eyes and after some foundation, I also added the Rimmel Match Perfection concealer/highlight in Fair.

Foundation: now that I have a bit of colour again, I am trying to use up the L’Oreal True Match in W2. It works much better with a slicker primer…

Highlight: before setting anything, I painted the Temptu highlighter in Pearl Pink just about everywhere.


Powder: then to set, the Rimmel Stay Matte translucent powder.

Bronzer/Blush: I pulled out my Benefit powders in Hoola and Rockatur for the cheeks. I really don’t see what the hype is all about.


Eyeshadow stick: as a base and waterline pencil, I used the Rimmel Scandleyes eye shadow stick in Bulletproof beige.

Eyeshadow: I dipped into the Stila Portrait of a Perfect Eye for this look and took Parchment along the browbone. For the lids, I used Linen with some Vintage in the crease. 

Eyeliner: let’s get to the star of the show. I have the Gosh Intense Eyeliner pen in Blue with some showstopping Sephora eyeliner in Mystic Teal. I have never loved wings so much.

Mascara: Dior Diorshow Iconic Overcurl is killing it on my lashes – top and bottom.


Brows: a little bit of BH Cosmetics HD brow pencil in Blonde.

Lipstick: in an effort not to be too nude or too bond, I used the YSL Rouge Volupte in number 9.


It might be a tad more make up than you wanna wear in this heat, but I hope you liked it anyway! Let me know what you think!

Til next time, ttfn x

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9 thoughts on “#MOTD: That Wing

  1. Thanks for all the great tips! Winged eyeliner is something I haven’t been able to do very well. You detailed pictures are very helpful!

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