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Eyeliner that stays put!

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washingsomuchwashing Wed 26-Oct-16 10:28:41

Hi kind ladies,

Any recommendations for an eyeliner (I like smudgy pencils) that will stay put? I spend most of the day running around and hate looking like a panda and not realising it!

Thank you!

Queenoftheblues Wed 26-Oct-16 10:32:20

Reckon colour stay is pretty good.

Queenoftheblues Wed 26-Oct-16 10:34:18

Revlon I mean.

VeryPunny Wed 26-Oct-16 10:36:51

Chanel Le Crayon Yeux is good - I struggled to get cheaper pencils to go on nicely (they tend to be thin and unwieldly, as well as difficult to sharpen). This one is easy to sharpen, nice and chunky pencil to hold for application. and comes with bonus smudgy thingy on the other end of the pencil.

Acorn44 Wed 26-Oct-16 10:42:01

Try Estee Lauder Double Wear. Think it's called Infinite Waterproof Eyeliner?

mumsnit Wed 26-Oct-16 10:42:29

Watching with interest!

I have a No 7 eye pencil which should be perfect as it's lovely and smudgy and it stays put.... but really irritates my eyes!

RaingodswithZippos Wed 26-Oct-16 10:45:09

I like Rimmel exaggerate waterproof kohl, for a pencil. The best eyeliner I have found though is the Collection fast stroke waterproof liquid eyeliner.

Thingvellir Wed 26-Oct-16 10:46:49

For a pencil, I've used Lancôme for years as they last really well. For something that stays until a proper clean off, Rimmel liquid liner is the best (but as a liquid liner, not really any good for smudging)

Jackie0 Wed 26-Oct-16 10:48:53

kevin aucoin

washingsomuchwashing Wed 26-Oct-16 12:19:07

Thank you very much indeed. Will splurge and try a couple. Really appreciate it!

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 26-Oct-16 12:26:29

Yes, Estee Lauder is good but if you have a Wilko near you then their long lasting one is fantastic and only £1.50 ish!

OreoHeaven Wed 26-Oct-16 22:44:30


fairgame84 Fri 28-Oct-16 11:17:51

Another vote for Blinc. It stays put all day and then comes off with just warm water.

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