Mary Kay At Play® Bold Fluid Eyeliner

.11 fl. oz.


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Beautifully defined eyes light up with high-impact color.

  • Intense color payoff.
  • Doesn’t drag, pull or skip.
  • Easy to control.
  • Creates precise lines from corner to corner.
  • Doesn’t fade, smear or flake.

NOTE: In electronic media, true colors may vary.

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Mary Kay At Play® Bold Fluid Eyeliner

Whether you go for a basic eye look with a fun pop of color or an all-out, multicolored work of art, Mary Kay At Play® has you covered with high-impact Bold Fluid Eyeliners. The ultrathin, flexible eyeliner helps create precise lines with color that dries quickly and stays put to keep you on the go. It brightens eyes and provides dramatic definition that’s easy to remove. Mix and match with any Mary Kay At Play® color for a trendsetting look you’ll love.

Basic Application

Start at the outer corners of the eyelids and work toward the middle of the lashlines. Then finish the lines, applying from the inner corners of the eyes to meet where you left off. To help draw even lines, use small sketching motions or try drawing small dots directly along the lashlines and connecting them.

Cat Eye Application

Step 1: Follow the natural upward curves of the eyes and draw short lines as your guides.

Step 2: Start at the outer corners of your guides and work back toward the middle of the upper lashlines to create your “wings.” Fill in the wings.

Step 3: Complete the cat eyes by drawing from the inner corners of the eyes to meet where you left off.

Ombre Application

Go for a bold, multicolor look: Use one color on the upper lashlines and create a color gradient with two or three different colors on the bottom lashlines. Use the darker color on the outside of your lower lashlines and blend to lighter shades toward the inside corners of your eyes.