Friday, March 31, 2017

My Favorite Eyeliners

This blog is quickly becoming a hodge podge of beauty and motherhood--which is so my life. I'm constantly fighting the struggle of spending enough time with P and checking out new products and techniques for my side biz!

I have gotten a few requests to a do a post on eyeliners. Some of you want to know which types work best for which types of looks. The pros and cons. Which ones are easiest for newbies? The list really goes on. Hey--I did ask what you wanted to see. Silly me. Just kidding, I really do want to know. Keep it up!

Revlon ColorStay Liquid Pen
My favorite eyeliner for winged eyeliner looks or cat eyes is by FAR the Revlon Color Stay Liquid Eye Pen. Nothing comes close to this product for the money. It can make a dense and precise line so it is great for newbies who are just learning how to complete this look. I'm going to post a tutorial on winged eye looks next week so stay tuned. You can buy it at any drugstore.

My favorite Gel liner is by Bobbi Brown. This stuff is seriously pigmented and stays all day long. I love a gel liner for a more bold and sultry look. They are still pretty precise, but it all depends on the size of angled brush that use to apply them. Go for the smaller the better route in my opinion. And remember, less is more. It is much hard to remove and much easier to add product. You can buy yours here!

My favorite pencil liner is the Waterproof Gel Eyeliner Pencil by BellaPierre. I was gifted this in an Ipsy glam bag one month and haven't looked back since. It is super rich and glides on like magic, and it's waterproof so it won't budge if your eyes water--which mine always do this time of year. You can buy one here!

I hardly ever put a liner on my bottom lash line. If I do, then I almost always use eyeshadow on a damp angled brush. It looks far more subtle and more smokey--which is usually what I am going for. I love these Colorpop shadows for my lower lashline. AND they are so affordable. You can buy them here!

I get asked frequently how I make my eyes look bigger. The number one way is by using nude colored eyeliner in the waterline instead of black. It makes such a huge difference. I love a good nude liner for the waterline. The NYX Wonder Pencil is my favorite. You can find it at any Ulta store.

I hope you guys are enjoying the new content as much as I am enjoying capturing it. If you are wanting to view my Facebook Live tutorials, then you can follow my blog Facebook page here. As always let me know of any products or looks you would like for me to create and I will add them to my list.

Have an Amazing weekend!


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