This post contains press samples
Today we're obliging another viewer request, because we're awesome that way. Haha! Oh modesty!
No but seriously, a few of you have requested a tutorial on how I apply my liquid liner. And I'm all too happy to oblige because a fierce cat eye is pretty much my favorite makeup look.
Why? Because you can keep everything simple, but when you add that winged liner all of a sudden your makeup slays.
Best of all, it's appropriate for any occasion. Work, school, date, errands. You name it and the winged liner will slay it.
And it pairs well with just about any look. From simple to full glam, this adds a little extra sass to whatever you're wearing.
But mastering the winged liner definitely takes practice.
Today, I'm sharing how I do it and a few tips that I've learned to help make the process easier.
Plus, I have an awesome drugstore dupe to share with you. Long-time viewers/readers know all too well that I only have eyes for a brush tip liquid liner pen. For years, I've been using the Lorac Front of the Line Pro liquid liner and more recently Kat von D's Tattoo Liner (talk about a budge proof liner!).
But then, the dupe gods decided to smile down on me and my wallet and they introduced me to Jesse's Girl Cosmetics Liquid Liner ($6.99) and changed my life all over again. Just like the Kat von D and Lorac liners, this drugstore liquid liner has my must-have brush tip (think calligraphy pen) and easy-to-use pen shape. Best of all, it's jet black, fluid and inky, and BUDGE PROOF. I'm serious guys, this one didn't come off with plain old soap and water. It required waterproof makeup remover.
I mean, just look at how sharp that liner is.
Check out my tutorial (skip to the 2:15 mark if you only want to see the how-to) and listen to me rave about this dupe!
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