Eyeliner Innovation: Le Métier de Beauté Precision Liquid Liner
Every woman has experienced the horrors of applying a liquid eyeliner. It’s messy and smudgy and soon you’re looking similar to a raccoon. Le Métier de Beauté Precision Liquid Liner has solved the difficult application process by studying the famous German pen maker Mont Blanc’s writing instruments. The Precision Liquid Liner is precisely that – pure precision. The pen has a unique soft quill-tipped applicator which looks very similar to a fine point felt tip pen.
LMdB advertises the Precision Liquid Liner formula is long-wearing and smudge-proof so I put it to the test. Applied in the morning, a day at the office, after-work cocktails, dinner with friends and dancing all night and it was still going strong 18 hours later with nary a crease or smudge. Although the liner is water-resistant, to my surprise it was easy to remove with my makeup remover. The last thing you want is a liner that requires aggressive scrubbing around the fragile eye area.
You can wear it simply, from inside of the lid to out or with multiple coats for a more dramatic effect. When applying the pen, don’t point it as you would with a regular liner, instead lay it flat and press it along your eyelid creating a more vibrant look which really helps your eyes stand out. The fat base of the applicator allows for stability and maximum control and it doesn’t smudge or crease.
Precision Liquid Liner contains pigment from clay and water and is designed to blend and bind in combination with your favorite eye shadows. The pen is currently available in Noir, Aqua and Bleu and can be purchased online or in-store at Neiman Marcus or on the Nordstrom website. Le Métier de Beauté caters to the 40+ woman interested in anti-aging skin care and full coverage makeup however the colors in their palettes suggest a younger approach and are not all the boring corals and pastels you typically see.
If you’re in the market for an eyeliner that can last as long as your busy days do, this is a product definitely worth trying.
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