Never Struggle With Liquid Liner Again!

I have always been intimidated by Liquid Liner. It leaves little to no room for error and can be a disaster rather quickly. I usually opt for a smudged out pencil liner or gel liner. They provide a little more play time and are just easier to use. Things for me have changed recently. I’ve been wanting solid budge proof liner and have been on the hunt for a great, easy to use liquid liner. Here are the few that have worked amazingly thus far.


(Color: Cuz I’m Black)

I was pleasantly surprised by this liner. I use hate felt tip style liners because the dry out rather quickly. But not this one. This one glides on like a dream!!


This liner is super precise (hence the name), obsidian black, and matte. It glides effortlessly even if you have a not so steady hand. I got this on a whim and am so happy I did.


(All Colors)

This is an OG for me. This, at one time, was the only liquid Liner I could manage to get right. The flexible brush made it easy to maneuver. It delivered the smoothest application. I usually applied it over my gel liners for a more smooth finish. It still remains in my liner wardrobe today.

Liner Tips:

  1. Small and steady strokes are easier to do than a steady line.
  2. Start in the middle of your lash line or at your wing. Never start at the inner corner
  3. Start thin and then build your line thicker if needed.
  4. If all else fails, outline with pencil then go over it with liquid.
  5. Practice makes perfect. Try different liner techniques to see which works best for you.

If you have a liquid liner that you absolutely love, drop the deets!! Leave it in the comments.

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