Do you often feel that when it comes to applying eyeliner you have little or no skill, and then you stick with the safest and less stressful method? Do you tend to use one type of eyeliner, and are afraid to try any other types? Do you know which type of eyeliner is best for you?
At Cowgirl Dirt, we believe we have the best of both worlds for you. We love both pencil and powder eyeliners and hope to show you how both can give your cowgirl eyes a very distinct look.
What we love about this eyeliner is the staying power and minimal fallout. This powder eyeliner is very pigmented and can be used to create both dramatic and defined eyes. This mineral eyeliner is also perfect for sensitive eyes by containing all natural ingredients.
Gunsmoke Powder Eyeliner is best applied with a damp angled brush as it intensifies and gives more definition. You will appreciate that this eyeliner can be used on your lower lash line to create a soft smudged look. Once this eyeliner sets on the eyes it doesn't smudge. You can either choose to apply a thin layer of eyeliner or make it thicker.
The other advantage of Gunsmoke Powder Eyeliner is that it adds definition along the eyelashes making your facial features more prominent. It's easy to apply even with shaky hands, and can double up as a smoky eyeshadow. Overall, it's perfect for an intriguing eye look.
Most people will agree that the oldest and simplest form of eyeliner application is with eyeliner pencils. Of course, they are the best for beginners, and they should be a staple in our makeup stash. Some claim the color that pencil eyeliners give are not deep or intensified, but we have found this to be untrue in the case of our Mudslinger Eyeliner Pencils. They glide on easy and quickly when applying, and they are highly pigmented and look the most natural.
Pencils are perfect for everyday eyeliner. The Mudslinger Eyeliner Pencils are all natural and work even on the most sensitive skin. They are great in that they do not smear or smudge, the color stays on all day, and brings out the beauty in your cowgirl eyes. Overall, with pencils, the intensity and precision is amazing.