Lookin’ sharp! Crisp felt tip + INTENSE color saturation + waterproof long wear…makes this bad boy a gift from liquid liner heaven!
Ink Liner is a color lover’s BFF! The dramatic shade range of 10 bold hues includes stark white, raven black and everything in between. It doesn’t get more pigmented than this, so let your technicolor dreams run wild!
It all comes down to the fabulously pointed felt tip. This guy is loaded with rich, saturated formula for INSTANT bold payoff and the most high-definition lines we’ve ever seen! When it comes to razor-sharp, clean-cut looks, Ink Liner is your weapon of choice!
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Did ya know?
Bust out Killer Kat Eyes in 3 steps! This is the technique Kat uses every day for her winged look.
STEP 1 FLICK IT
Using the angle of your lower lash line as a guide, flick liner out toward your temple.
Keep your eyes open to check for symmetry!
STEP 2 BUILD IT
Work the liner from the outer lash line to meet the line you just created and build your desired thickness and angle.
STEP 3 DEFINE IT
Begin at inner lash line and sweep liner toward the outer corner, creating a smooth, even line. Boom! Instant Kat Eye.
To emphasize your lash line, lift the outer corner of your eye, exposing the inner lashline. Dot the tip of Ink Liner in between the roots of each lash.
Give Ink Liner a swift shake up before using to get the formula moving!
Keep the formula flowing! Wipe the tip with a damp tissue before using. This prevents build-up from eyeshadow, giving your liner a longer, happier life!
Make sure your skin is clean and dry before applying Ink Liner (moisture can compromise the wear!)
Point the tip toward your eye’s inner corner, and lay the tip FLAT along the lash line. Glide across lash line toward outer corners in a smooth, even motion, getting as close to the lashes as possible.
For a precise thin line, apply one coat using the point of the tip.
To thicken, turn the pen to angle tip on the side and layer, layer, layer!
Meet the muse! Kat named each shade after her favorite writers and painters.