Tag: liquid eye liner

  • Five of the Best: Liquid Eyeliner Pens

    Thu, 15 January 2015 8:00AM

    Along with cake-for-breakfast, swarms of Dachshund puppies and re-runs of 30 Rock, winged liner is one of my all-time favourite things. This classic beauty look has the ability to transform you from everyday gal to retro glamazon in minutes – my girl Dita Von Teese knows where I’m coming from.   A fancy feline flick is now easier… more



  • Video: Two incredibly fun and unexpected liquid eye liner looks to try

    Sun, 11 March 2012 8:52AM

    OK, so by now, you can create a subtle flick, or a winged eye faster than you can send a text so I thought for the third and final liquid eye liner video we’d go out with a bang with two totally unexpected but insanely pretty eye makeup looks. If you only try one new makeup… more



  • Part 2: The beginners guide to liquid eye liner.

    Wed, 7 March 2012 8:28AM

    Seeing as though you all passed Monday’s liquid liner class with flying colours, I decided for our next challenge, we’d take a little leaf out of British actress Felicity Jones’ book and re-create her trademark subtle flicked-liner. Nowhere near as full on or as intimidating as a straight up Amy-Winehouse-style winged creation, this style has… more


    Felicity Jones

  • The beginners guide to liquid eye liner

    Sun, 4 March 2012 7:16PM

    It’s as classic as the double C’s and up there with a slick of red lippie or a smoky eye in terms of the glamour stakes, so if you only have time to master one makeup look this day/week/month/year, make it liquid liner. The biggest misconception when it comes to liquid eye liner is that it… more


    Alexa Chung

  • Maybelline NY Master Precise Liquid Liner

    Sun, 4 March 2012 6:58AM

    New to liquid liner? We show you how to take baby steps with a subtle easy-as, part wing, part flick.

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  • How to: Re-create Twiggy’s ’60s inspired eye liner

    Tue, 28 February 2012 7:57AM

    Just like your wallet and keys, most women never leave the house without a slick of eye liner. And for good reason. It’s one of the fastest ways to open up the eye area, plus the options are endless when it comes to creating definition. You can stick with liquid liner and layer it thick… more



  • New York Fashion Week A/W ’12: BCBG’s New Way To Wear Winged Eye Liner.

    Mon, 13 February 2012 7:00AM

    It’s still early days for New York Fashion Week, but the LBD of the makeup world: winged eye liner has made its mark already. Except this time, there’s a twist… rather than being all strategically placed and perfectly angled, it’s all about winging it, literally. A little messy, a whole lot edgy, it’s perfect for… more



  • Video: How to perfect winged eye liner using sticky tape.

    Fri, 6 January 2012 10:31AM

    At her age, I was swanning around in lycra boob tubes with glitter sprinkled through my hair, so it’s humbling to think that 2012 has been dubbed the year of the Hollywood Teen, with designers and style gurus the world over turning to the youngins, like Elle Fanning and Hailee Steinfeld for inspiration. There’s no denying… more



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