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tarte smolderEYES

Amazonian clay waterproof liner, brown 0.6 oz (18 ml)


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A versatile waterproof liner powered by Amazonian clay for soft or smoldering eyes.

Create smoldering, sexy eyes that won't budge with these waterproof liners. With this one liner, you can go from simple to sultry in an instant. Create a defined line by gliding along the upper and lower lash line or use the built-in smudger to soften. For a sultry, smoky eye, use the liner as a shadow by applying a thicker line along upper lashes and blending toward the crease.

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Amazonian clay: Amazonian clay will work to nourish lids, reduce surface oil and improve overall texture for easy application and better wear.



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tarte smolderEYES Amazonian clay waterproof liner, brown, .6 oz

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  • Doesn't Run
  • Easy To Apply
  • Glides On Smoothly
  • Long-Lasting


    Best Uses

    • Thicker Line

    Comments about tarte smolderEYES Amazonian clay waterproof liner, brown, .6 oz:

    My skin has a texture and/or oil to it that makes eyeliner a nightmare for me. Pretty much all brands end up smearing under my eyes within a few hours. It doesn't matter if it's waterproof. Sealants help a little, but don't completely fix my problem. This eyeliner stays better than any other I've ever tried. It's not perfect, but it's getting close. The tip is pretty fat so I keep it sharpened and the line is fine enough for me. I haven't used the smudger end of the applicator at all, so I can't speak to how well that works. If you're like me with the smearing problem, you might want to give this one a try.

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