Mastering a feline flick or one that suits me is my new desire.
Other than a slick of pencil, lashings of mascara and a coat of gel on the eyebrows, my eyes go nude every day. I’m not good at applying make-up and have worked with the theory of no eyes are better than bad ones. You know the look – bad smudges, sticky lashes and pinholes for peepers.
Until I decided I want a bit of definition on my upper lid.
I have been, against my better judgement, trying liquid liners. And yes, Some of them do not work for me. A “workman does blame his tools” but some are easier, so much easier to apply than others. It is to do with the type of brush – length and width of hairs – and the consistency of the product.
I have tried more than 6 liquid eyeliners and while I won’t say which ones weren’t doing it for me, I will tell you the one that is outstanding. We all like a variety of versions but if you find it a struggle and want an easy to apply, stay on great result, The Nars is the winner.
This morning – eyes all dressed up, my daughter arrived and was astonished at my “new” look. She always tells me the truth and it was then I decided I should suggest this liner to you.
My eyebrows need a gel to keep them in place, look fuller and hide the occasional grey in between tints. The usual Eyeko gel has been impossible to find so I have been experimenting there too. BBB London is the answer and seriously amazing if you like a well-defined and shaped brow. I am using Cardamon as I like a dark shade to offset my grey hair but Chai is the answer for a softer look.
Look no further, this le volume is a winner.
A new trifecta of lashes, brows and flick is easy when you have the right tools. xv
Easy Eyes X 3
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