Five great beauty lessons from Beyoncé’s ‘Black Is King’


Five great beauty lessons from Beyoncé’s ‘Black Is King’

The fashion visuals served up a feast of inspiration as our eyes fixated on beauty looks too good to ignore

Nokubonga Thusi

A half-winged liner for a feline eye shape

Beyoncé is known for letting her eyes do all the talking when it comes to her beauty choices, but if you look closely you notice that behind strategically fanned-out false lashes there is one more trick contributing to her coveted almond eye shape. Her winged eyeliner didn’t seem to line the entire eye but starts a little past mid-lash line and flicks out past the outer corner of the eye. Creating a winged liner that extends to either corner of the eye tends to weigh down the lash line as it gets thicker, but this technique allows the liner to sit very closely and thinly along the lash line and look barely there while creating the illusion of a more elongated, feline eye shape.

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