Milani’s Eye Tech Liquid Eyeliner
Eyeliner is one of the first items that women start using, at the beginning of their relationship with makeup. Its easy to apply, easy to shop for and some options are really inexpensive. Unfortunately, as most women learn very soon, there’s good eyeliner and bad eyeliner. No-one wants eyeliner that wipes off or smudges after a few hours. The worst is if it starts bleeding into other areas of the eye. I’ve had much experience with bad eyeliner, liquid and otherwise. I’ll spare you the trouble of going through all of this on your own and tell you about Milani’s Eye Tech Liquid Eyeliner.
The first thing I noticed when I tried this out is that the application tip was different. Instead of a thin brush, this one has a felt tip, making it super easy to apply. Its soft to the touch and distributes just the right amount of color that you need. Applying this eyeliner is just as easy as writing on your skin, because that’s literally what you’re doing. It’s thin enough so that you can apply a skinny line, to subtly highlight the eye. If you want a more dramatic, retro eye, you can just extend the line up and out at the outer corner and thicken the line, if you so please.
The Eye Tech is so easy to use, you’ll want to experiment with different widths and looks. If you can’t leave the house without your eyeliner, you’ll love how quickly you can put this on. The packaging is also really cute and small so if you don’t have time to apply at home, you can slip it into any size purse or clutch. Don’t carry it if you’re thinking of re-applying though because there’s no need to. The Eye Tech stays put all day even on my 15-hour days. It doesn’t fade, crust, smudge or bleed. It does exactly what it should do: make your eyes look gorgeous until you’re ready to take it off.
The Eye Tech comes in Black, Brown and Charcoal and is insanely affordable at $6.99. Check it out at www.milanicosmetics.com or pick one up at your local drugstore.
Written by Tabitha
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