March 3, 2016

Liner Designer by Beautyblender

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Liner Designer by Beautyblender

Difficulties getting a straight line when using eyeliner? Skip the tape and grab the new Liner Designer by Beautyblender ($16)! This little tool guides you in creating a perfect symmetrical line using liquid, pencil, cream, or gel liners!

It completely takes the guess work out of creating a perfect line and proves a great guide for shaky hands!

Grab it now at Sephora and


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  • Claire L

    Hmm, looks like an interesting little gadget. Are you going to review it? I’m rubbish at drawing decent lines x

  • Janessa

    Funny, I’ve used a guitar pic in the past for my winged liner… I should have patented that idea. Looks like they’re selling a $20 guitar pic…

    • Mei

      I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw this, I’m glad I’m not alone

    • Victoria A.

      Lol, this is exactly what I thought. “Hey, I have Dunlop picks at home.”

      • Janessa

        LOL exactly! I have drum sticks, too. Wonder what they could be used for 🙂

  • Kelli

    This is really intresting, though i doubt it will bit my eye shape (round and hooded) What do you think?

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m not sure, haven’t seen it in person yet! So not sure on the size and shape aside from the promo images!

  • Staci

    I’m really curious about this. I’d love to see an HONEST review.

  • Galaxia

    Wow, I am tempted to try this after watching a demo video. I’m pretty clumsy with my eyeliner, so maybe it would help me out lol Or maybe I should save my money and use tape/business card/etc. I dunno. Looks cool though!

  • Jill

    It still doesn’t create the shapes they are claiming to say you can do. Not a finished look just a straight line and any business card, credit card or piece of tape will do this just as well.

  • Michelle Luna

    I got it earlier this year because I’m a sucker for gimmicky gadgets and I’ve used it a grand total of one time. It’s too floppy to be any good, a real pick would work better. I already only wear black powder as liner so I just extend it out with the angle brush I use and it gives me a subtle cat-eye like I like.