Winged Eyeliner Look: Inspirational Pictures

by on Saturday, March 26th, 2011

During an episode of America’s Next Top Model cycle 16, the ladies shot a commercial in the vein of Mad Men. To achieve the 60’s look, they all wore a winged eyeliner look. The CW provided behind-the-scenes photos of the models getting their makeup on, and I think they’re worth sharing.

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"Francesco Carrozzini" -- The models work in pairs to film a retro-style coffee commercial with photographer/director Francesco Carrozzini on America's Next Top Model on The CW. pictured: Mikaela Cycle 16 Photo: Jaimie Trueblood/The CW ©2011 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved

winged cat eye look

"Francesco Carrozzini" -- The models work in pairs to film a retro-style coffee commercial with photographer/director Francesco Carrozzini on America's Next Top Model on The CW. pictured: Hannah Cycle 16 Photo: Jaimie Trueblood/The CW ©2011 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved

How winged eyeliner looks from far away:

winged eyeliner

"Francesco Carrozzini" -- The models work in pairs to film a retro-style coffee commercial with photographer/director Francesco Carrozzini on America's Next Top Model on The CW. pictured: Jaclyn Cycle 16 Photo: Jaimie Trueblood/The CW ©2011 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved

When doing a winged eye you should use gel liner or liquid liner. A pencil liner is great to make an outline, first, though. I haven’t had tons of luck using wet mineral eyeshadow to draw the winged liner, but I’m still experimenting.

For a Winged Eyeliner Tutorial view our Winged Eyeliner How To! It’s too fun to never try. You might not want to wear it every day, but maybe for special occasions, or if you feel a little retro. Cat eyes plus red matte lips plus flawless skin is a really great combination.

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