This Multi-Wing Eyeliner Is So Captivating We Want to Wear It All Summer

June 29, 2020
Genesis Rivas
By: Genesis Rivas | by L'Oréal
Just when we thought we’d seen every graphic eyeliner look in the book, we were stopped in our tracks by yet another incredible style. Say hello to the latest multi-wing eyeliner. We first saw this look created by Juliana Horner. It redefines your traditional cat-eye and transforms it into something utterly breathtaking. Because we were so inspired by the look, we tapped professional makeup artist Jonet Williamson to give us a tutorial for a version of our own. We truly believe this makeup trend is going to be the next big thing, so if you want to learn how to do it for yourself, keep reading for the step-by-step guide.
  • STEP 1: Place the First Line

    The most important part of this look is to make sure you’re looking at yourself in the mirror straight-on when you’re drawing the lines so that you know where to place each one. Here, Williamson drew her top line using the L’Oréal Paris Matte Signature Liquid Dip Eyeliner in Blue above her crease and starting above the iris of her eye. Be sure to draw out and up on an angle going toward the tail of your eyebrow.

  • STEP 2: Draw the Second Line

    For the second line, Williamson says you want to stagger it so that it doesn’t begin directly underneath the first line. You’ll also want to leave enough space in between the lines so that they aren’t touching. Staggering the next line a little further out, go right where your crease is and drag the line past the tail of your brow. It’ll be the longest line. 

  • STEP 3: Draw the Third Line

    Next, you’re going to want to stagger the third line a little farther out than your second line and drag it at the same angle as the other two lines. Don’t forget to leave a small space in between your lines. 

  • STEP 4: Draw Your Black Wing Eyeliner

    Beginning at the middle of your lash line, draw a traditional wing (Williamson used the L’Oréal Paris Matte Signature Liquid Dip Eyeliner in Black). 

  • STEP 5: Finish Your Lines

    At the corner of your bottom lash line, draw two smaller lines that are shaped like quotation marks. Williamson recommends making them thicker at the base and thinner at the end so they curve out on an angle and look similar to the lines you drew on your eyelid.


  • STEP 6: Top It Off With Mascara and Rhinestones

    Finally, top off the look with your favorite mascara. We love the Maybelline New York Falsies Lash Lift Mascara. And if you really want to take your look to the next level, you can also add to rhinestones at the inner and outer corner of your eyes. 


 Photography and Makeup: Jonet Williamson

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