Eyeliner has been the one and only piece of makeup I always wear. Ever since i learned to apply it, it has been a daily makeup ritual. I love the way it outlines my eyes, and in a way adds more dimesion and depth to my green peepers. We recently went on vacation, and i forgot my liner Of course we had to make a pit stop to buy a new one, because I just couldn’t go three days with no liner!
There are a few variations of liner including, gel, pencil and liquid. I prefer pencil for the bottom lid, and liquid on top. Gel is a great alternative, since it applies so smooth and most are smudge proof. I still prefer liquid, probaly because i learned with liquid, and personally it’s quicker and more precise when applying. WHich do you prefer: liquid, gel or pencil?!?
Check out a few liquid liners I have tried and found to be the best!
This Almay liner can easily be found at your local drugstore, and won’t hurt your wallet. Applying it daily, it lasted me about four to five months. The application tip was a good size to draw both thin and thicker lines.
This liner is another drugstore purchase, but does an excellent job. It comes in different shades, but they are not overly intense once applied. The applicator is easy to use and also great for both thin or thick lines.
Mac’s liner is a bit more pricey, but i love how intense the black shade comes out. The application tip is similar to the other ones, which makes it great for drawing lines. It lasts all day, and didn’t smudge per my eperience.
Lancome’s artliner was designed to be a super simple pen liner. I like this liner because it applies just like a marker. The application tip is made of foam and soaks up the liner for easy application. I’ve used similar pen liners, and haven’t been happy with them due to the color not applying as well or intense because of the sponge tip. Lancome’s puts the rest pen liquid liners to shame!
Just imagine how pretty your eyes would look lined in that color?! Mac’s liquidlast liner is one of my favorites, simply because of the colors. They line just as intense as the color looks in the bottle. Application-wise, the tip is a bit tough if you are a beginner but can easily be mastered. Most liners have a pencil-like or pointed applicator, but this one has a little thin brush. This liner does not smear, and is super long-lasting. Plus, the teal looks lovely drawn over a black line and finished off with lots of mascara!