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Do You Struggle Getting Your Eyeliner Straight & Even? You NEED The Beauty Blender Liner Designer!

I had a conversation with a friend the other day which involved muttering the immortal line "does anyone even *wear* khol anymore?" Liquid eyeliner has definitely had its moment over the last couple of years, with statement big winged looks being the makeup skill most desired; it may have started with Sofia Loren, but it's evolved into something incredibly modern and edgy - it's the simplest way to finish your look and add a subtle twist to 'no makeup makeup'. I'm a big fan of the wing, but it's taken me an age to pick up the skills required to make it half decent: get the angle wrong, the length too big or the symmetry completely wonky and it's all ruined. How many mornings have you spent trying to even out your liner in the mirror, just for the whole look to keep getting bigger and bigger until you resemble a Winehouse tribute act? Well, if that's a common issue for you then you simply NEED this little gadget from Beauty Blender in your life - because, *dramatic voice* let me assure you, it will change it.


This unassuming little rubber triangle (rather fetchingly called Beauty Blender Liner Designer and looks closer to a guitar pick than I'd probably like,) can be placed along the base of the lower lid to create the perfect angle for your flick. You simply place it where you need it to go and draw along the edge using your eyeliner pen, paying attention to the length of the flick; because of the texture and material it's impossible for it to bleed or smudge, leaving behind a clean and sharp line that's incomparable to what I can achieve freehand. Replicate this on the other side, using the line you've already drawn and the residue on the tool (you can see the line on the edge, so you can use that as a guide on the other eye!) to create the most symmetrical pair of wings you'll have ever seen.

Although it's a little flimsy piece of plastic, it does come in a case to prevent it from getting dirty or lost - which also features a handy mirror if you need to use one on the go. The Liner Designer is easy to wash by running it under the sink or cleaning with a face wipe, ensuring it's reusable and probably going to last you for as long as you can find it. At £10.00 it does seem expensive for a little triangle of rubber, but the idea and ease of use makes it thoroughly worth that crisp ten pound note; I honestly don't know how I used to create flicks without this! If you're feeling thrifty you could probably create your own or find one on eBay for a fraction of the price, but I'm all over this like a rash. Those little things you never knew you needed eh?


The Beauty Blender Liner Designer is available online, priced from £10.00   

Photos by the fabulous Kirsty from fashionforlunch.net

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20 comments

  1. I am horrendous at eyeliner but this sounds like a great little tool! Might have to give it a try and see if I can get the hang of it! X

    Kate// itskaterose.com

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    1. It makes it so much easier!

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  2. Such a cool way of applying liner!!

    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

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  3. This sounds so good! I always get one of my flicks looking good and then mess up the flick on my other eye so this is something that I definitely need! x

    http://emmaboughtwhat.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I'm the same - but since using this my eyeliner is even every single time. It's a miracle!

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  4. As someone that suffers with severe shakey hand/arm syndrome, i think this might just save my ass. I always mess liquid liner up because of shaking!

    Courtney | Lashes and Luxe

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    1. Oh yes! Because if you shake it just goes over the rubber bit.

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  5. Wow this sounds like such a handy little beauty tool, I always end up with just one wonky wing, I think I need to try this product! x

    https://chloelolafriend.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. This sounds perfect for my tremors!

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  7. I think that the secret to a perfect liner is just practicing, a lot of practicing. I haven't used any tools, maybe they're great, but I don't feel like I'd need them. :)
    I like your pics, such a great quality!

    All that glitters | A blog by Maria Ritter

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    1. Believe me, I've been practicing for years! But this has made my liner far more precise and always even - which you can't beat.

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  8. This is a very nice concept! I stopped using liquid eyeliner years ago, I simply don't have the time to spend and I always ruin my makeup anyway.

    Perhaps this will help me to get back to it...

    Ioanna | beautyloverstories.com

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  9. Looks like such a handy tool, who doesn't want perfect wings every day!

    Vivian | LIVE . IN . LOVE

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  10. This looks just like the tool I got when I purchased a mascara from Eyeko except the beauty blender one is bigger!


    sheergloss

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  11. Isn't this basically a guitar pick

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    1. Yep, pretty much - but it's made of silicone so it's much easier to apply next to the skin's surface and get a straight line.

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  12. I saw this but thought it was just a gimmick, it sounds more appealing now though x

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  13. I cant live without eyeliner, I really want to try this out! x

    Sophie | lifeis-peachy.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. pretty much the best invention ever!

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  15. Love this and your blog! Such a good layout and great content! I love this post, I'm a huge fan of eye liner and it does come with lots of practice to get right, as many have a shaky hand at first, but this is good advise for first beginners. Please stop by my blog some time :-).

    Top Style Advice | Fashion and Beauty Blog

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