Place the point right into the base of your inner lashes, follow your lash line and using a steady hand, draw the eyeliner straight out, lengthening the line as you go for a more modern take.
When you reach the outer corner, thicken your line a little and draw upwards at 45 degrees in the direction of where your eyebrow ends. From this outer point, draw downwards 45 degrees to make a wedge at the outer corner of eye.
To make your lines sharp as possible, use a highlight pencil in cream or white along the top and bottom edges of the black liner. The contrast makes the winged liner look perfect and stand out even more!
This pencil is perfection for applying under your brow following the arch to highlight the brow bone, but also doubles up as a precise highlighter, ace for defining your winged eye!
So now that you've got a tips and tricks to acing the perfect winged eye, are you keen to try it out for yourself?
And be sure to stop by Belinda's site to read up on the amazing beauty looks she's created throughout her amazing career. We were even lucky enough to have Belinda apply our makeup before a bb shoot recently, and could hardly take our eyes off of ourselves in the mirror! She is really THAT good! Stay tuned for more of her tips popping up in our online mag too. Thanks Belinda! - Lauren