Liquid Eyeliner Product Reviews and Application Tips

milani eye tech liquid eyelinerMove over, MAC Penultimate Liner! Milani Eye Tech Liquid Eye Liner has officially taken over your place as my HG liquid liner!

The Eye Tech Liquid Eye Liner comes in a small gold tube about 3.5 inches tall, which makes it perfect for traveling. It goes on very smoothly with zero skipping and tugging and with its sharp felt-tip applicator, anyone (beginners included) can easily line their eyes in one single stroke. The liner is also super pigmented and dries off within seconds. There is absolutely no need for relining unless you are going for a thicker, Amy Winehouse cat eye look.

With Eyeko Magic Liquid Eyeliner, you can now get more out of your powder eyeshadows and use them as liquid liner!

All you have to do is dip the applicator into a powder eyeshadow and the clear, fragrance-free liquid will instantly transform the powder into eyeliner.

The felt-tip applicator also makes drawing on even the thinnest line so easy, minus any tugging/poking at the skin. And once the liner dries off – which only takes seconds – the color stays vibrant until I take it off. I have used the product with eyeshadows from MAC, Yaby and Stila and it worked great every time.

Sold exclusively in the UK, Barry M Liquid Eyeliner comes in an array of wearable colors to make your eyes pop.

I have Black and Brown, both of which are intensely pigmented and I reach for them almost on a daily basis.

The felt-tip applicator is great for creating a thin to thick line and really helps the color go on easily without tugging the skin. The liner also stays on for hours and never flakes or smudges. Definitely a no-brainer that is great for anyone. I am never going back to my Inoui liner again!

Barry M Liquid Eyeliner is available at Boots and Superdrug in the UK for £4.50 (~$9).