Only because you guys asked for it! Please forgive the lack of makeup. I did this at 1:30am. This is my first pictorial, so please be kind! :wink:1. Line your eye as usual using any pencil, liquid, gel or shadow. Here i used Blacktrack with a 266 brush. 2. Add an angled line of your desired length (this will determine how extreme your wing is). This line is generally at the same angle as if your bottle lashline continued up and out. Don't worry, it doesn't need to be perfect. We will fix this in a later step. 3. Looking down into a mirror (not forward-this is very important!), connect the tip of the angle line with the inner corner of your lashline. This line should be a straight "ski slope" line. Looking down into a mirror helps achieve this straight line. Looking straight ahead makes this difficult, as the shape of your eye changes when you're looking in different directions. 4. Fill in your wing. 5. This step varies slightly depending on how you do the rest of your makeup. If you: Use liquid foundation, use your foundation with a flat-edge brush. Use powder, use fast response (like i did here), mac matte or monistat gel and a flat-edge brush. Do your face last, use a wipe or liquid makeup remover and a qtip. Apply a little product on both sides of the brush so that the tip of the brush is chiseled to a fine point. 6. Line up the edge of the brush with the bottom edge of your wing. Carefully drag the brush along the edge to clean up (see, i told you we'd clean this up later) any mistakes. This also drags some product out to the tip to create the faded look so the liner doesn't just stop at the end, like it does in step 4. 7. Continue until you have the desired look you want. If you want a thicker line, just make the entire line fatter from inner corner to wing tip. 8. Add mascara to top and bottom lashes. Add false lashes if you want. 9. Done!