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The 3 Types of Eyeliner


I have checked out the different types of eyeliner.  I wanted to understand the benefits of each style.  I think this will allow me to branch out.  I learned what each style of the liner does best.  This will build my creativity and artistry.


Not that long ago liners looked like the pencils that children used to color.  There wasn't much variety.  This has changed.  The pencils have come a long way.  The texture is creamier. The come in the mechanical style helps you to save the product.  There think, thick, no-smudge, and waterproof pencils.  There is also a bigger range of color choices.  There is now a variety. If you wear false lashes, liner pencils are not the best option.  Some pencils liner contain oils, and when
applying them tension is caused.  


This liner has a texture that is the middle ground between a pencil and a liquid.  It is creamier than a pencil and thicker than a liquid.  It is usually packaged in a small pot and applied with a brush.  For a look that stays in place and is less likely to smudge gel liner is the best option.  Be sure to keep the brush clean, because it is very easy to transfer bacteria to this delicate area.


If you want a more dramatic look, cat-eye, or wing, liquid liner is ideal.  It is smoother than gel and allows you to be more precise.  



Shirlie Jones, CEO
Shirlie's Daughters, LLc


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