Indian Beauty: Double Winged Liner

Hello loves!

Today I have this gorgeous dramatic Indian bridal look to share with you all! Traditional Indian wedding makeup has got to be one of my favorite looks to create! They usually have a very bold eye with either glitters or heavy liner. In this case, my gorgeous bride, Jasmine {ya she looks like the Disney princess too}, requested a copper smokey eye with double winged liner. To create this very heavy wined-liner look, a steady hand is required, but a heavy hand as well so that you can apply a bold amount! Not only is this look stunning, but it really makes the eyes the main focus! I used some fluffy Huda Beauty lashes, of course, and bronze shadows from Estee Lauder’s new palette Bronze Goddess <3



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Products used…

Foundation: Graftobian HD Creme Warm  with beauty blender apply all over freshly primed skin!
Concealer: Kevyn Aucoin SX06 apply under eyes with a dry beauty blender for ultimate eye brightening!
Powder: Frankie Rose in “Spice” use code Jadey15 at checkout!
HAC: Anastasia Cream Contour “Medium” {Contour video soon}
Blush: MAC “Peaches” – the perfect matte peach shade for an every day rosy color!




Eyes: Estee Lauder “Bronze Goddess” Palette 
Liner: Girlactik Precise Pen liner – BEST liquid liner out there. Highly recommended for anyone who loves a winged liner! This was great and easy to use to create that double wing cat eye on my gorgeous bride!
Lashes: Huda Beauty “Raquel”
Glue: Huda Beauty lash glue- by far my FAVORITE glue on the planet! Easy to use, black glue, and dries super fast!


Lipstick: Frankie Rose “Oo La La”
Lipgloss: Anastasia “Gilded” lip gloss 



Arabic Inspired Eyeliner: Eyeko

I’ve always been a fan of the dramatic eye. This look was inspired by the gorgeous Arabic style makeup. Lots of liner and double cat wings are all the craze. You definitely have to be daring to create this look on yourself or one of your clients! It takes a steady hand and artistic touch, but not too difficult for anyone! Eyeko makes amazing eyeliners and shadow crayons, so for this look we used all of their eye products! Check them out below…



How to: Arabic Eyes…

What you need:
-Black Eyeliner {liquid & pencil}
-Gray shadow crayon
-Black Eyeshadow
-False Eyelashes


Step one: Apply a gray crayon eyeshadow to the entire eyelid with your index finger. I used the “Eyeko Me & My Eyeshadow Shadow Liner”. This has one end as the eyeshadow pencil and the other as a blending tapered brush. Blend all the way up to crease. This versatile shadow crayon can be used for eyeliner or as an entire shadow for the lid. Let it dry before applying top eyeliner.
The color I used: “Charcoal” 
Step two: Apply your top liner. I prefer a liquid liner for the top eyelid, it is much easier to control and create a “sharp look”. I used Eyeko Liquid Black Liner , Start from the outer corner and create the wing you would enjoy, I extended the wing out towards the end of the brow. Work your way inwards and create another sharp wing on the inner tear duct. This will look like a double sided wing on both sides.
Step three: Apply your bottom waterline liner. I like thick kohl pencils for the waterline, I feel like they last a long time on the eyes. Connect each corner of the eye with the black liner so that it looks like you have lined the entire eye. You can use the Eyeko Shadow in black for waterline.

Step four: Apply your false lashes to the top lash line and coat the top and bottom with a black mascara, I used Eyeko Eye Do Mascara. This mascara is great for bottom lashes, it really makes them look fluffy and pieced out perfectly.
Step five: To define the eyes more, with a small tapered brush apply black shadow to the top and bottom lash line to smoke out the liner for a more dramatic look.