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Tried and tested: Liquid liner


Tried and tested: Liquid liner –

Adele has become the poster girl for the feline flick, and whether you opt for one everyday, or just on big nights out, we round up which liquid liners you should and shouldn’t be using for that perfect cat eye glamour.

Bourjois Liner Clubbing – 5/5

An oldie but a goody, this eyeliner from Bourjois delivers an ultra black colour that’s really long-lasting and vibrant. The wand makes application easy and precise, meaning you can get an at-home Adele flick with no hassle. It’s small enough for your handbag too, so you can reapply on the go.

Fairydrops Cat Liner – 2/5

I’m not sure if I used a dud one, but after the first application, which impressed me, the colour dried up, much like a felt tip pen – which coincidentally this liner looks like. I did like the pen application though, and the tip was fine enough not to leave too thick of a line.

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Mary Kay Liquid Eyeliner Pen – 4.5/5

New to using liquid eyeliner? Mary Kay’s version is ideal for beginners! The pen offers up inky black pigment, which glides onto the lids without tugging for a no-mess application. Easy to hold, it can be used to create a subtle line, or the fine tip can be used to create a cat-eye look. It’s also great for using over the top of false eyelash glue, and removes easily with a couple of swipes of make-up remover. The only downside is that it’s hard to tell when the pigment is running out, and the design of the pen makes it a tiny bit tricky to reach all areas of the lashline.

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