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My Eyeliner Collection

Hey guys! I'm back with another post on my January theme. All About Makeup! I am going through all the eyeliners that I own so lets get right into it!

Pencil Eyeliners

When I first started wearing makeup in high school, this was the only liner I knew about. It was cheap at the time and I could get it in so many colors. Now there are so many different types of eyeliners out there from pencil to liquid to cream. When I really got into makeup, the first eyeliners I had were by MAC of course lol. As you can see, I've really been using them. I have pencil eyeliners from NYX, Sephora, Mally, Victoria's Secret, NYC, Beauty Boxes and even one from Five Below. I use all of them for different reason, some I use for lining my lash line and for lining my waterline and tight lining. 

Liquid Eyeliners

The first liquid liner that I purchased was by Elf and I didn't really know how to use it. I watched a lot of YouTube to figure out how to use it and the best brands to try out. I love the pencil ones the best because it makes it so much easier to create a straight, clean line. My favorites are by BH Cosmetics and NYC.

Cream Eyeliners

I've recently heard about cream liners through YouTube. I really love how think and pigmented they are. They are so easy to apply with just an angled brush or pencil brush. I'm not really a fan of Elf Cream liner, I didn't like how it felt or looked when I applied it. 

What are your favorite liners? Which ones should I try out that you love? Comment and let me know!!


  1. Hey Andrea!

    Pencil liners were all that I knew too back in high school hehe. I really like your selections!

    My HG liners are the Milani Liquif'eye liners (I deem these as awesome dupes to Urban Decay's 24/7 liners) for my waterline and tightline.

    My MAC fluidline in "Blacktrack" is my go to gel liner for lining the top of my lids and to do the cat eye look =)

    My WetnWild Color Icon pencil in Dark Brown helps do my brows.

    Thanks for sharing with us what eyeliners you use! xoxo

    1. Hey Liz, thanks for stopping by!! I've heard so much about MAC fluidline but just forgot about it when I went into a store. That is next on my list to try out. I also heard goo things about Milani too, I'm mad they are not sold in Target anymore!

  2. Hey Andrea! You have so many eye pencils! I agree that eye pencils are easier to use. I feel like liquid liner gives a more glam look where pencil gives a more natural/casual look. If you are looking to try a new liquid liner you should try Nyx's The Curve Liner or The Big Fat Eye Marker. The second one is like a sharpie lol I just it alot to fill in not so dark areas with The Curve Liner. The Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper is good too its just a little harder to use because it is more like a paint brush. If you are looking to try a new pencil liner, I just got the Naked 3 double ended liner to go with my Naked 3 palette. The purple colors are so pretty! Thanks for sharing love!

    1. Hey Tanya! Thanks for suggestions! Every time I go into Ulta to get The Curve by NYX, it's always sold out. I probably have to order it online.

  3. Typically eye pencils do not work well for me. I have weepy eyes and typically pencil liners just don't stay. I rarely line my waterline or tightline. If you are looking for liners that absolutely do not budge then MAC Liquidlast and Milani Infinite Liquid Liner. These will stay through anything! On a daily basis I usually use Cailyn gel, Revlon gel, or Physician's Formula get. I also use Physician's Formula Eye Booster for an awesome winged linger. It has a fine brush tip rather than felt tip. So you can get a super precise line. It lasts really well on my lid. Thanks for sharing this post doll.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Shalunya and for the suggestions. I've been hearing and reading a lot about Milani products. They don't sell them at Target anymore so I have to find them at another store or online. I still need to check out Physican's Formula!


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