Some will read the title "Liquid Liner" and immediately hit the back button. Liquids can be a little intimidating, a little messy and a little hard to conquer without a little trial and error. That was me FOR YEARS. But once you master it, you can say goodbye to that shaky, inconsistent line that pencils usually leave behind and HELLO to that solid and sleek eyeliner that you see all over the beauty blogs. (Doesn't it feel like you're the ONLY one who can't get it just-right?
Oooooook. I'll go ahead and go out on a limb here and say it... THIS YEAR'S DRUGSTORE MONTH IS ONE HUNDRED TIMES BETTER THAN LAST YEAR. There. Said it. What I like to do: buy two or three items for each feature to review. For example: three blushes, two foundations, and so on, and so forth. EYELINERS are a little tricky because there are so many different formulas and types. Pencils, gels, twist-ups, liquids, etc. Soooo, in order to pick the "Best eyeliner"...we will try out
The 90’s are back, and with vengeance. The flannels, the crop tops, (my mom calls them Cop-Tops sooo…there’s that,) the cutoffs and the MAKEUP. A few weeks back, you might have read about my new FAVE trend that’s ruling and reigning at the moment: Brown! Brown shadows, liners, blushes and brown lips are so fab, so 90’s and so TLC-of us to embrace. (The girl-group dancing in satin-Pj’s…not the channel.) But on top of the brown-phenomenon, another 90’s makeup throwback is showi
No really. Like, immediately. Benefit Cosmetics, I salute you!! FINALLY, a gel-eyeliner that evvvveryone can use. I am seriously obsessed with the new “They’re Real Push-Up Liner.” I bought one for myself, loved it, then bought some for my friends. Weeeeeee. Here are some of my favorite stats about this new wonder-pen that’s changing the lopsided eyeliner of many, near and far: Its lash-hugging, which means it gets right up in there between lashes and right above them. This m
Part two of EYELINERS is alllll about the pencil. To reiterate my general feel of Liquids vs. Pencils, I'll debrief you on my stance that I posted yesterday: I love a good standard eyeliner pencil, but ONLY for the lower lashline/waterline. Because of all of the little creases and lines on our eyelids, pencils are a little tough to get a really good, solid line across our lid. It's not impossible but softer pencils CAN work great for it, but I rarely like the look of it. I'll
I say EYE, you say LINER! EYE! ____________! EYE! ______________! I should be embarrassed about that. But I'm not. Lots of questions coming in about the best Drugstore Eyeliners on the market. I got some, I tried some, I loved some and I hated some. I'll split the eyeliner post into two different ones to cover both liquids and pencils since they're pretty different. First: here's my stance on Pencils v. Liquids. I love a good standard eyeliner pencil. But ONLY for the lower l