I have tested and tested and tested and tested and finally found the product that I think is the easiest to make a quick-applied and durable lashliner (fringe marking) with! :)
And that's the cream eyeliner Kryolan HD Cream Liner which is really soft in texture and gives a pigment-rich and black result even though you are light on the hand. You do not have to work much at all with the brush to get an even and nice result. It is also water resistant and incredibly durable!
Here is a movie where I show how to use it and tips on how to easily paint a lashliner:
Hope you like the video and that my tips are helpful! I'm finally getting to this with the quality of the films, feel free to respond :)
Kryolan is a professional makeup brand that many makeup artists and masks use. And just like all other brands in our webshop, it has not been tested on animals and is not sold in China either. That is a policy we have! :)
This is how it is in its box when you open a new package :)
We also have Kryolan Cake Liner in the range that also works great for lashliner. It is mixed with water and is thus not waterproof - if not used Kryolan Cake Liner Sealer instead of water and then it becomes waterproof! Kryolan Cake Liner Sealer also works great for attaching glitter.
When is cake eyeliner good?
Cake liner is good when you want to be able to vary how liquid the eyeliner is, with a lot of liquid it can become very thin and with a little it becomes firmer. In addition, it is easy to make a sharp eyeliner with, especially with a thin eyeliner brush when making eyeliner wing. And as I said, very easy to make lashliner with and then I do in exactly the same way as in the video above.
When is cream eyeliner good?
Cream eyeliner is a better choice when you want an eyeliner that can be made both sharp and smoky and that does not require you to mix it with a liquid.
Both products are very easy to use and that is why I like them so much!
For lashliner I always use an oblique brush. Nanshy Angled Detailer is great.
I paint the eyeliner right in the scalp of the lashes - but not along the upper waterline, so too far towards the eye, because then it will smear on the underside.
See pictures of exactly where I mean by the upper waterline, and read more about why you make lashliner in my previous post here!
I have a tattooed lashliner (like 5 years ago now?) But when I put on make-up it disappears a bit so I did not bother to put it off or anything, I think there is a big difference anyway. But think of such a big difference if I had not had a lashliner at all! :)
Hope you like the movie and my tips. If you have any questions, just shout!
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