Ok it's actually a simple fix and mike p actually has a video somewhere with the same method only his is for a bondo ear. Basically all I'm doing is gluing the skin to the liner.
Start by prepping your liner and ear as usual, ruff the liner and clean both ear skin and liner with lacquer.
Brush on your ear glue, I use derma grip ear glue but whatever glue you use should be fine. Insert the liner avoid the areas with tears and get the skin in place at the bottom and work towards the top
Now the liner is in place and the skin is close to were it should be. Now it's just a matter of taking a cape pin and carefully gluing the skin back together like a puzzle.
It's important to get the skin close at first other wise you'll end up pulling your fixes apart also use windex and paper towels and clean the ear as you go. Comb the ear and keep moving akin in place until it is fixed extra small blemishes can be air brushed later.
I hope this makes sense I'm horrible at explaining things. I will say that it seemed messy doing it like this but after doing a few I got the hang of it and I'd never do it any other way. Thanks to mike p it's virtually the same method only with liners.