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NYX’s Super Skinny Marker is a liquid eyeliner that is easy to use

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NYX’s Super Skinny Marker is a liquid eyeliner that is easy to use

NYX Super Skinny Marker Eye LinerSince retro makeup is having a moment (Pan Am, anyone?), liquid eyeliner is right on trend. Unfortunately, many are intimidated by it, thinking that it’s not as easy to use as a pencil.

The truth of the matter is that it can be that easy with the right product and some practice. The right product looks a good deal like the NYX Super Skinny Marker - jet black liner with a felt tip pen that leaves a dramatic look behind.

Using the Super Skinny Marker is similar to using a Sharpie. And if you can use a Sharpie, you can create 1960′s fabulous cat eye liner. The felt tip brush is firm enough to keep control, yet flexible enough to move on your skin without tugging. The liner is wet, like most all liquids, so you need to give it a few seconds to dry so that it doesn’t smudge or transfer to your upper lid.

© 2011, Retrodivas Beauty: make up, tips, cosmetic tutorials, hairstyles, and everything you need to be beautiful. Some rights reserved. Retrodiva’s Beauty Blog by Meredith Edwards-Cornwall is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at www.retrodivasbeauty.com.

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NYX’s Super Skinny Marker is a liquid eyeliner that is easy to use

Posted By |

NYX’s Super Skinny Marker is a liquid eyeliner that is easy to use

NYX Super Skinny Marker Eye LinerSince retro makeup is having a moment (Pan Am, anyone?), liquid eyeliner is right on trend. Unfortunately, many are intimidated by it, thinking that it’s not as easy to use as a pencil.

The truth of the matter is that it can be that easy with the right product and some practice. The right product looks a good deal like the NYX Super Skinny Marker - jet black liner with a felt tip pen that leaves a dramatic look behind.

Using the Super Skinny Marker is similar to using a Sharpie. And if you can use a Sharpie, you can create 1960′s fabulous cat eye liner. The felt tip brush is firm enough to keep control, yet flexible enough to move on your skin without tugging. The liner is wet, like most all liquids, so you need to give it a few seconds to dry so that it doesn’t smudge or transfer to your upper lid.

© 2011, Retrodivas Beauty: make up, tips, cosmetic tutorials, hairstyles, and everything you need to be beautiful. Some rights reserved. Retrodiva’s Beauty Blog by Meredith Edwards-Cornwall is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at www.retrodivasbeauty.com.

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