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Line Up With Ease with jem's fave eyeliners

Let me start by saying I am VERY very basic when it comes to my own make-up. However, with my eyeliner, I need options. And so I’ve set out my favourite liners for every look, from Amy to Alexa.

Jemima wears Clarins 3 Dot Liner

Jemima wears Clarins 3 Dot Liner

M.A.C Crème Liner, $40
Water activated, this glorious make-up kit staple allows you to have control over the level of intensity and the amount of product you pick up on your brush. I like to use an angled brush (like the M.A.C 266 Small Angled Definer) to create a super crisp line.

Estée Lauder Little Black Liner, $56
This nifty little pen is a 3-in-1 miracle, boasting three different application types (skinny, classic, and bold). We love the diversity of this product and admire anyone who is willing to jump straight into the thicker end (Amy Winehouse, eat your heart out!).

Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner $29.25
I love the range of colours Eyeko has brought to the table with this collection, as well as the glossy finish so many liners lack. This super fine applicator pen makes application a dream and that sharp, effortless wing a reality!

L’Oreal Super Liner Super Star, $30.99
This is the perfect liner for beginners, as its thin tip and light touch mean that it builds beautifully without any cracking or patchiness. Top tip: once you are happy with the look, press a black eyeshadow over the top to increase intensity and staying power.

Clarins 3 Dot Liner, $50
This is the perfect pen for creating a snug and an even line across the lashes. With the clever design of the applicator, jagged, wobbly lines are a thing of the past. However, be warned, try and create a thin wing and you will end up throwing it out the window in frustration!

 

All RRPS are in NZ dollars. 
Round-up | Jemima Kean
Jemima photographed by Clara Pafundi

 



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Jemima is a freelance Make-up Artist and Hair Stylist, seen in a number of Australasian magazines and brands, including Black Magazine, Remix Magazine, Sicky Magazine and Fashion Journal. She has been with Sauce Mag from the beginning and loves all things Saucy.