The Beauty FilesValentine's Edition: Flirty, Smokey Winged Eye!Chloe Campbell

This week I’ll be showing you an incredibly easy way to get a flirty, smokey winged eye make up effect that’s perfect for a date night, a party or even drinks with friends. It’s a great way of getting a sex kitten-esque winged eye but in a subtle, soft way. This look is very reminiscent of Brigitte Bardot and Zooey Deschanel’s eye make-up style!

1. Prime eyelids and add a peachy toned eyeshadow to your eyelid. Add a lighter golden shadow on your brow bone to really open up your eyes.

2. Getting as close to the lash line as you can, use a gel, liquid or a sharp kohl eyeliner to line your eye. Don’t worry about being too neat with this, as the following steps will disguise a wonky line!

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3. Next draw a slanted line that extends from the outer corner of your eye. The length and angle of this line will determine your final ‘flick’.

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(To view my step-by-step flicked liquid eyeliner tutorial click here)

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4. Next, get a small eyeshadow brush (an angled one or just a precise one) and load it with brown or grey shadow. Tap off the excess, and apply directly over the line you made with eyeliner.

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5. When you get the part of the eyeliner that starts to angle off, using a slightly fluffier brush, blend in more eyeshadow.

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6. Using a blending brush, buff this shadow into the ‘flick’.

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Add mascara and you’re good to go!

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This look is so versatile and works equally well with a red lip, a pink lip or a nude lip.

Looking for more date night make-up ideas? 

To view my tips for the illusion of bigger eyes, click here!

To view my groomed eyebrow tutorial, click here!

For a Kat Von D inspired smokey eye, click here!

To view my cut crease, 1960s inspired tutorial, click here!

 

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