Product Review: beautyblender Liner Designer
What it is:
A triple-edged eyeliner guide that’s perfect for using with pencils, gels, and liquid eyeliners.
What it does:
Achieve professional looking eyeliner results with this genius triple-sided guide. Three distinct sides, each designed for a different look, will help provide a steady hand and make it easy to create liner symmetry.
What else you need to know:
This product includes a five times magnifying mirror and suction cup that allows the compact to placed on any hard surface. Place the flexible, silicone guide above or below the eye as you apply mascara to keep makeup intact and mascara only on your lashes.
The silicone eyeliner tracing piece's shape resembles a guitar pick, except with three varying edges. As mentioned in the product description, the different sides each help create a different look. This provides easy adjustment for your preferred style of liner. I find myself using the straight edge most often, as I prefer a sharp and sleek line. The curved edges would help draw out a rounded cat eye look.
Also included is the mirrored compact that holds the eyeliner tracing tool; it comes in the shape of a teardrop and has a suction piece.
The struggle for the perfect cat eye is real, and beautyblender, the brand that brought you the most wildly popular makeup sponge on the planet, has heard your collective cries and announced their latest beauty tool: the Liner Designer. This little triangular guide, shaped like a guitar pick, has three different edges (a short round edge, a curvy edge and a straight edge) that allow you to create a flawless cat eye faster than you can say “meow.”
The shorter, curved side helps you achieve a classic wing on the outer corner of your eye, while the longer edge can be used to draw the perfect flick. The cute little hot-pink tool can also be used with lip liner to help draw and define a fuller pout. It has a tacky outer coating to help keep it in place against your face while you line and draw like a pro.
The Liner Designer will be available this spring at Sephora stores nationwide. At just $16, you can finally say good-bye to the scotch tape! Watch my review and quick demo below: