It's the make-up skill many of us fail to master – winged eyeliner.
But professional stylist, Susie Hasler, has come up with a super easy trick to ensure perfection every time.
And her vital ingredient… a £1 eyeshadow pad from Amazon.
Susie has uploaded a video to her Instagram page showing exactly how to achieve the look.
The mum-of-one, who specialises who specialises in styling women on a budget whose body shapes have changed, shared a tutorial with the stunning finished look.
The post, ‘cheat your way to winged eyeliner’, has already attracted more than 6,000 views in just a few days on Susie’s Styled By Susie account, which has 24,000 fans.
Award-winning stylist Susie said in the footage that a makeup stylist friend had recommended the eyeshadow pads, adding: "I have tried so many tutorials and just can’t do it."
The 36-year-old shows where to apply the pads on her face and then continues to add eyeshadow to the edges of her eyelid, working her way in.
She said: "It’s basically like a stencil. And it stops those dark colours going under your eyes."
She also reveals how by using brighter colours towards the centre of the eyelids it will help to "open up your eyes".
Susie, who also posts style advice to her 12,000 followers on Facebook uses a pen eyeliner to draw along the curve of the eyeshadow pad, away from her eye.
She then reveals the finished look.
Susie, who specialises in styling women who have been through the menopause or had children, added: "Winged eyeliner is a great way to at a bit of edginess to a look, but it's also really tricky to do it right.
"I loved hearing about this simple trick and wanted to share it with my followers, as it really does work."
And Susie's fans loved the tips with hagardashery writing: "They look great what a good idea."
daughterofpearl added: "Ooh I love that! I’m always 50/50 when it comes to liquid eyeliner. It either looks badass or terrible."
itsaboss_life said: "You can buy those Make up pads in primark too 50 for £1.50 :)"
Others suggested also using pantyliners or even sellotape.
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