FOTD: Glossy Red Lips With Winged Eyeliner

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Published on November 22, 2009 with 12 Comments

The easiest way to turn up the heat in the cold weather? Throw on some glossy red lips and a cat eye!

Japanese-style winged eyeliner with red glossy lips

What I Used

* Dr. Denese SPF 30 Defense Day Cream
* Eve Pearl Concealer Trio
* Stila Espresso Eyeshadow
* MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack
* Fake Lashes in #Sweet 16 from my own line
* CoverGirl LashBlast Length Mascara in Black
* Yaby Blush in BL020
* Yaby Highlight Powder in PF091
* MAC Russian Red Lipglass

Step by Step How To

1. Even out the skin Dr Denese SPF 30 Defense Day Cream. Camouflage undereye circles with Eve Pearl Concealer.

2. Using MAC #266 brush, fill in eyebrows with Stila Espresso.

3. Rim the eyes with MAC Blacktrack. Flick the line upwards at the outer corner to create a cat eye effect.

4. Apply fake lashes on top and CoverGirl LashBlast Length on lower lashes.

5. Blend Yaby Blush onto apples. Sweep Yaby Highlight Powder along the bridge of nose.

6. Apply MAC Russian Red on lips.


There are currently 12 Comments on FOTD: Glossy Red Lips With Winged Eyeliner. Perhaps you would like to add one of your own?

  1. I think the look will be better with matte lips. Your red lips look too ‘wet’. =/

  2. this is soooo japanese or should i say Angelababy? love it!

  3. i agree with emily. i prefer matte lips.

  4. i prefer the glossy lips. it looks cuter and like angelina said, this is a very japanese look. good job phyllis!

  5. This look screams Christmas! I love the green contacts.

  6. I love the glossy red lips! :)

  7. I always prefer glossy lips^^ Looks great!

  8. Simple and classic!

  9. I think I’m liking the glossy lips! You should have a poll, lol.

  10. I think glossy is okay but to shiny, I would prefer matte red lipstick also! yeah you should have a poll!!!!!


  12. Hey Phyllis I love you FOTDs. I don’t know if this is too much to ask, but is it possible to include pictures which are not too zoomed in? I understand that zoomed in pictures are necessary to show the details, but I feel that the closeness makes it a bit difficult to see the overall look. Thank you for your time, and have a great day.

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