Making a Fine Line

We give you the lowdown on the classic liquid liner and how to create the perfect look

Sometimes a simple black liner rimming the eyes makes a huge difference to your look. Add dimension to your eyes with these easy-to-use liquid liners.

How to Use Liquid Eyeliner

These instructional images, courtesy of Benefit, show us how to draw the perfect eyeliner on Asian eyes.


 

Kate Kate introduces a second limited edition spider-themed design, Kate Super Sharp Liner S (S) 2 ($17) that comes with an ultra-fine 0.03mm brush. The eyeliner is fade resistant and long lasting. It lasts for the almost the whole day without waning.  Available at Guardian, OG, John Little, Nishino Pharmacy, Sasa and Watsons.
Kate
Kate introduces a second limited edition spider-themed design, Kate Super Sharp Liner S (S) 2 ($17) that comes with an ultra-fine 0.03mm brush.
The eyeliner is fade resistant and long lasting. It lasts for the almost the whole day without waning.
Available at Guardian, OG, John Little, Nishino Pharmacy, Sasa and Watsons.
Benefit If you’re more partial to gel liners, you get the best of both worlds with the new They’re Real Push-up Liner ($38)  from Benefit.  It comes in an easy twist-and-click pen, which dispenses a black gel-like ink through the angled tip. It is also waterproof and smudge-proof, and it doesn’t crack or peel as the  day wears on.  Available at Benefit counters.
Benefit
If you’re more partial to gel liners, you get the best of both worlds with the new They’re Real Push-up Liner ($38)from Benefit.
It comes in an easy twist-and-click pen, which dispenses a black gel-like ink through the angled tip. It is also waterproof and smudge-proof, and it doesn’t crack or peel as theday wears on.
Available at Benefit counters.
Eyeko British brand Eyeko’s Skinny Liquid Liner ($22) slides on with a smooth and glossy finish. It is also paraben-free and smudge-proof.  Alexa Chung, the face of Eyeko, loves its precision and ease of use. Eyeko’s Skinny Liquid Liner comes in purple, black and navy.  Available at Sephora.
Eyeko
British brand Eyeko’s Skinny Liquid Liner ($22) slides on with a smooth and glossy finish. It is also paraben-free and smudge-proof.
Alexa Chung, the face of Eyeko, loves its precision and ease of use. Eyeko’s Skinny Liquid Liner comes in purple, black and navy.
Available at Sephora.
Heroine Make Leave it to the Japanese for cutesy packaging that contains an effective product. Heroine Make Smooth Liquid Eyeliner in Jet Black ($18.90) is an almost magical formula that is resistant to tears, perspiration and sebum.  It lasts all day yet can easily be washed off with warm water. Magical!  Available at selected Watsons, Guardian, Sasa, Nishino and Meidi-ya outlets.
Heroine Make
Leave it to the Japanese for cutesy packaging that contains an effective product. Heroine Make Smooth Liquid Eyeliner in Jet Black ($18.90) is an almost magical formula that is resistant to tears, perspiration and sebum.
It lasts all day yet can easily be washed off with warm water. Magical!
Available at selected Watsons, Guardian, Sasa, Nishino and Meidi-ya outlets.

 

Maybelline The Maybelline New York Hyper Sharp Liner ($19.90) has a 0.01mm tip and comes in intense black, soft black and brown.  It allows you to draw thin natural lines as well as the more dramatic winged eyeliner.  Available at Watsons, Guardian, Sasa and selected departmental stores.
Maybelline
The Maybelline New York Hyper Sharp Liner ($19.90) has a 0.01mm tip and comes in intense black, soft black and brown.
It allows you to draw thin natural lines as well as the more dramatic winged eyeliner.
Available at Watsons, Guardian, Sasa and selected departmental stores.

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