It seems like winged liner has been here since centuries, and is not going anywhere anytime soon. There was a time when we struggled to get that wing right as it was the most impressive and fresh look, but now when literally everyone has tried their hands on it, it can be a little boring to wear.

Luckily, there’s always a (creative) way. If you feel like “been there, done that” every time you look at a cat eye look, we have something exciting for you! Spice up your eyeliner with these 5 cool and quirky winged liner looks...

Inverse cat eye
 

Inverse cat eye

What seems like a usual cat eye at one glance, this is actually a reverse or mirror image of your winged liner. Swipe an elongated line across your lower lash line with Lakmé Absolute Kohl Ultimate Kajal for this Kim-approved inverse cat eye look.

Double trouble
 

Double trouble

Why wear one when you can rock two, right? Either sport 60’s classic double liner with one on upper lid and one sitting on the lower for dramatic look or go for two strokes of wings on the upper lid with one black and one coloured for a glamourous look. Get these looks with Lakmé Kareena Kapoor Khan Absolute Eye Definer and Lakmé Absolute Shine Line Eye Liner - Liquid Gold. 

Futuristic float
 

Futuristic float

The negative space eyeliner was a hit on the runways this season and you can’t deny how easy it is to get this right. Just grab Lakmé Eyeconic Liner Pen Block Tip and draw a broad ‘V’ at outer edge of eyes for the graphic liner look.

Chic nude
 

Chic nude

Swap your black liner with a nude liner or concealer to wear this subtle yet classy winged liner. Teamed with nude lips, this makes for a perfect summer look. Take Lakmé Absolute White Intense Liquid Concealer on an angled brush to draw a perfect wing.

Smudged stroke
 

Smudged stroke

If you can’t seem to master the art swiping the sharp winged liner, this look is a blessing for you. Sport a wing using Lakmé Eyeconic Kajal on your lid and smudge it a bit using a brush to get the smudgy wing that’s taking over Instagram RN. Easy, isn’t it?

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