Mary Kay® Liquid Eyeliner Pen

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Bring out your inner makeup artist with the Mary Kay® Liquid Eyeliner Pen. Easy to hold. Easy to line. It'€s a stroke of genius!
  • The no-drip precision tip ensures a smooth flow of color.
  • Draw attention to your eyes with quick-drying, dramatic definition corner-to-corner.
  • Create a subtle fine line or go bold with a cat-eye look.
  • Enjoy a one-step, smudgeproof, no-mess application.
  • Glides on without skipping, pulling or tugging.
  • Creates the impression of fuller-looking lashes.

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Mary Kay® Liquid Eyeliner Pen, MK Black

Bring out your inner makeup artist with the Mary Kay® Liquid Eyeliner Pen. It’s easy to hold and easy to line thanks to the smooth flow of color from the no-drip, precision tip. Draw attention to your beautiful eyes with quick-drying, dramatic definition corner-to-corner. From a subtle fine line to a bold cat-eye look, you can go from day to night in a blink as the intense, smudge-proof color stays put until you’re ready to take it off! Suitable for sensitive eyes. Clinically tested for skin irritancy and allergy. Fragrance-free. Ophthalmologist-tested. Suitable for contact lens wearers.

Application Tips

Bring out Your Inner Makeup Artist. Mary Kay Global Makeup Artist Keiko Takagi’s Eyeliner Guide

Almond Eyes
“If you want eyes to look rounder, stop the liner at the outer corners to create a more open shape. If your almond eyes are small, go with a thinner line for the inner corners and make it gradually thicker as you get to the outer corners.”

Round Eyes
“Start about a fourth of the way from the inner corners and create a thin line going toward the outer corners. This creates the illusion of narrower and longer eyes.”

Wide-Set Eyes
“Draw only on the outer three-fourths of the lashlines. This creates the illusion that the eyes are closer. Also, you can adopt a longer wing at the corners of the eyes to help them open up.”