Black Eyeliner

(10 Posts)
lazybones77 Sun 14-Aug-16 01:33:08

I'm looking for a black eyeliner that will blend/smudge but don't transfer to my upper eyelid while I'm wearing it. Is there a technique to use to stop this happening with eyeliner? I've tried gels, pencils and powder. I've just tried liquid because I like to blend it and not have a harsh line. Please help!

lazybones77 Sun 14-Aug-16 21:33:19

Anyone??

WhatEverZen Sun 14-Aug-16 21:45:12

Do you use an eye primer? It's the only thing I've found to minimise /stop transfer

BrillianaHarvey Sun 14-Aug-16 23:21:57

Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel eyeliner will smudge if you work quickly and then stay absolutely put until you take it off.

Mar15mite Sun 14-Aug-16 23:26:14

I like Lancôme kohl pencils, smudge and blend nicely and I always use an angled brush and dark shade of eyeshadow (brown/black which ever suits the eyeshadow I'm wearing where I'd put eyeliner and then use a kohl pencil over it. This hides any application sins, holds it in place and softens the harsh line smile

lazybones77 Tue 16-Aug-16 01:24:21

I've been using a kohl and then putting powder over it to get the smudge effect but that's what's been making it transfer I think. I'll maybe need to buy a more expensive kohl. Might try out the Bobbi Brown one as well. Thank you.

lazybones77 Tue 16-Aug-16 01:24:55

Actually...I think I have the gel. Is that the one in the pot?

BrillianaHarvey Tue 16-Aug-16 20:43:05

Yes it is. How do you get on with it?
Have to say though that it does dry out over time so if you haven't used it for a while it's probably better to replace.

lazybones77 Tue 16-Aug-16 23:34:52

I use that sometimes if I want a harsher line but it seems to dry on the eye really quickly. It does seem a bit dry in the pot too. I'll give it another go and replace it if it's still dry. Thanks for the tip.

Youremywifenow Wed 17-Aug-16 00:01:32

I use the Rimmel waterproof one which twists up. I use my finger to smudge it and it has never gone on the upper eyelid. Prefer it to the MAC ones I used to use.
I stock up on them when they are 3 for 2 in boots.

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