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jane iredale Liquid Eyeliners come in five saturated colors and have real staying power. Whether your look is retro-glam, polished professional, boho chic or anything in between, this is a must-have for your eye liner arsenal. With a little practice, you will wonder how you ever lived without it!

Believe it or not, liquid liner is easiest to apply to an open eye. Use short strokes to draw lines at the inside, middle, and outer corner of the upper lash line, then connect the dots.

  • Once youíve removed the brush, put down the bottle and use your free hand to lift the brow, creating a smoother canvas on which to draw.
  • If you feel a little shaky, try lining the eye with a matching shade of Pencil or Cream To Powder Eye Liner first. This provides a template for your Liquid Eye Liner.
  • If your eyes droop down a bit, try winging the liner up ever so slightly, just before the outer corner of the eye. This gives your eyes a wide-open, lifted look.
  • If you want a softer line, but with the staying power of Liquid Eye Liner, use the Detail Brush to gently soften and smudge the line while your liner is still wet.

Using the colors:
  • Pinot Noir is beautiful with so many looks. Use it as a fresh accent to a neutral eye. Or, it makes a lovely counterpoint to this springís teals and aquamarines, such as those found in the new Azure PurePressed Eye Shadow Triple.
  • Gold Liquid Liner is great for global skin tones. Use it alone on the outer two-thirds of the upper lashes as a subtle way to draw attention to the eye. For a more dramatic look, line the eye with Black Pencil or Black Plus Cream to Powder Eye Liner, and then draw a fine line with the Gold just along the lashes. For even more drama, place the Gold liner just above the Black. Instant party look!
  • Copper works wonderfully alone for red heads, especially those with fair skin and green or blue eyes. Itís a gorgeous alternative to brown, and a lot more exciting. For the rest of us, use it to punch up the usual browns by first lining with Black/Brown Pencil or Black/Brown Plus Cream to Powder Eye Liner, then applying Copper at the lash line for a more current look.




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