As the name implies, bat wing eyeliner is a specific type of makeup look, which uses the line of your eyeliner like the wings of a bat, to give your eyes that dramatic pop of color. Bat Wing Eyeliner can be used in a variety of ways, from simple and subtle to bold and intense. It can be a great way to add a little extra drama to your everyday makeup looks, or even as a prop to complete a costume. Let’s take a look at the different types of Bat Wing Eyeliner and the best ways to apply it.
What is Bat Wing Eyeliner?
Bat wing eyeliner is a look that starts with a winged, drawn-on line of eyeliner that extends to the outer corner of your eye. Like many other variations of winged eyeliner, the details of bat wing eyeliner can vary somewhat, but they often all have one thing in common: the winged line is extended to the outer corner of your eye.
How to Apply Bat Wing Eyeliner
There are a variety of methods you can use to apply bat wing eyeliner. For example, you can draw a winged line with a liquid eyeliner first, then fill in the wings with a brush. You can also use stippling brushes to apply the thick line of color. The best way to apply a winged liner is to first outline your upper lash line with a liquid liner and then fill in the wings with a brush. Depending on how extreme you want your wings to be, you can also try adding a bit of glitter to the liner before applying with a brush.
Types of Bat Wing Eyeliner
1. Soft Baked Bat Wing Eyeliner
As the name implies, soft-baked bat wing eyeliner has a baked-on finish, which is less intense than a natural baked look. This is the type of baked look that is commonly found in liquid eyeliners.
2. Natural Baked Bat Wing Eyeliner
3. Sharp Baked Bat Wing Eyeliner
Sharp baked bat wing eyeliner is similar to natural baked bat wing eyeliner, but the line is sharper and more defined.
Different ways you can wear your Bat Wing Eyeliner
A single-color bat wing eyeliner is a great way to add a pop of color to your everyday makeup looks, especially if you like to go for more neutral looks. One way to accessorize a makeup look with a single-color Bat Wing Eyeliner is to pair it with a similar shade of lipstick, or even a contrasting one. You can also pair your bat wing eyeliner with other red makeup looks such as red lips and red eyes, or even a red blush. If your go-to makeup look is a Smokey eye, you can easily add a pop of color with a single, shade of blue or violet. You can also pair the color with other blue eye makeup looks, such as blues or purples in your eyeliner, or your eyeshadow palette.
Tips for perfect Bat Wing Eyeliner application
- Don’t Draw Too Thin: Draw a line that’s only slightly thicker than your usual eyeliner line. Keep in mind that the line of your eyeliner should be thicker on your upper lash line, where it will meet with your wing, and on your lower lash line, where it will end.
- Don’t Fill It in Too Much: When drawing your wing, don’t go overboard with the pencil and try to fill in the wing completely. Instead, try to draw a wing line that extends to the outer corner of your eye, so that you can still see part of your natural eyelid.
- Don’t Draw Too Close to Your Eyelashes: Make sure to leave a couple of millimeters of space between the tip of your eyeliner and your eyelashes, or the line will end up looking messy.
- Don’t Put on too Many layers: When you apply your wing, don’t try to put on too many layers of the liner, or you risk smudging your natural eyeliner.
- Don’t Use a Waterproof Eyeliner: It’s important to use a non-waterproof liquid liner when applying bat wing eyeliner because you don’t want the line to be too thick, or waterproof.
FAQ related to Bat Wing Eyeliner
How to apply Bat Wing Eyeliner for beginners?
1. Use a full coverage long wear concealer, create a smooth, even skin tone on the eyelid. Blend it all the way across the eyelid and up to the brow.
2. Use a loose setting powder to set the concealer. Choose a luminous powder or a shade that closely matches your skin tone.
3. Draw a wing from the outer corner of your eye out and up towards the outer brow with a black eyeliner pencil.
4. Using the same pencil, line your upper lash line and connect it to your outer wing. Smooth out the pencil lines with an angled shadow brush for a smooth, even line.
5. Make an angled point by drawing a line from the tip of the outer wing to the eye crease and filling in the point. Refine the shape with an angled brush.
6. Now, for even more inky richness and staying power, trace your bat wing with a black liquid liner.
7. Finally, finish your batwing eyeliner look by applying mascara to your eyelashes.
What is the purpose of Bat Wing Eyeliner?
The Bat Wing Eyeliner technique has been trending worldwide. Bat Wing Eyeliner is ultra waterproof and lasts for hours. The pan and the brush-style applicator are excellent for thicker bat wing eyeliners. It is more suited for liquid eyeliner.
What are the uses of the Bat Wing Eyeliner stamp?
It's adorable to use a batwing eyeliner stamp to mark or design your lids. The stamp is long-lasting and made of high-quality feathers. The stamp comes in a variety of colors, and you can select the one that complements your eyelid color. An eyeliner stamp is a makeup tool that instantly colors the lashes. It is simple to use and is waterproof and smudge-proof.
How to Apply Bat Wing Eyeliner for Halloween?
1. Apply liquid eyeliner from the lashline to the crease of the eye.
2. Draw wings downward and out from the outer corner of the eyes.
3. Draw another wing downward and out from the inner corner of the eyes.
4. Draw a second wing from the inner corner of your eyes, inward, up, and outward.
5. Colorize the wings.
What are the steps to create Bat Wing Eyeliner looks for hooded eyes?
1. Draw a line from the outside corner of your eye to the bottom of where you
want your wings should be, as a natural extension of your bottom waterline.
2. Keep your eyes open, and draw a line from the top of your wing to the top of where your eyelid begins to decrease.
3. You're forming the point of the triangle that will become the wing. This is how it should look with your eyes closed. Line your lash line is slightly thicker than the first line we draw.
4. A half-moon-shaped curve connects the top half of the triangle to your bottom lash line. Making an x allows you to do this in two steps. Make one line from the tips of your lashes to the center of the batwing triangle and another from the top of the triangle to just past your lash line.
5. Use eyeliner to fill in the batwing. To avoid coloring outside the lines, use small, quick strokes.
Bat Wing Eyeliner is a type of eyeliner that resembles the wings of a bat. It can be applied in a variety of ways, from subtle to bold and intense. When it comes to winged eyeliner, there’s a lot of trial and error involved. You have probably noticed that not all of us seem to master it until we see our final result in the mirror. It’s really frustrating, isn’t it? It’s always best to start from the inner corner and draw a line pointing up to the top. You’ll have a perfect winged liner every time if you do so. And one more thing! Don’t press too hard on the brush during the application process. Press lightly so that you don’t get a hard line. You’ll have perfect eyeliner every time if you do so!