Hermosa Glide-On Longwear Eyeliner is the brand's first liquid eyeliner that outlines and defines your eyes. "Open Up Your Eyes Dramatically"
A smudge-proof, sweat-proof, waterproof liquid eyeliner with precison felt tip for ultimate eye definition in outlining your eyes with intense black colour while providing excellent staying power.
The pointed tip glides smoothly, dispensing just the right amount of liquid as you apply, so you're able to create precise definition right where you want it.
This quick-dry formula instantly enhances the lash line with rich and long-lasting color. The felt tip pen delivers intense, deep black pigment that won’t budge,
feather or run—from thin, tight lines to thick, dramatic cat eyes.
●Water (Aqua)●Black 2 CI 77266 (Nano)●Acrylates/Ethylhexyl Acrylate Copolymer●Propanediol●Ammonium
Acrylates Copolymer●Laureth-21●Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer●1,2-Hexanediol●Acrylates/Dimethylaminoethyl
Methacrylate Copolymer●Peg-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil●Phenoxyethanol●Sodium Dehydroacetate●Potassium
Sorbate●Panthenol●Methylpropanediol●Caprylyl Glycol●Phenylpropanol●Simethicone●Butylene Glycol
HOW TO USE
How to use
Hold the eyeliner at an angle and gently stroke across the upper or lower eyelid. This long-wearing eyeliner glides smoothly across the eyelid without skipping,
allowing you to create thick to thin lines and winged effects with ease.
• Always keep the cap tightly closed when not in use.
• When applying, use very light pressure for fine, exact lines (Great for creating sharp cat eyeliner wings). Add more pressure to create a thicker, bold eyeliner look.
• For a winged eyeliner look - Starting slightly inward from the tear duct, create a line moving toward your outer corner. Leave the outermost part of the lash line bare.
Next, create your wing starting from the outer corner of your eye, gliding upwards at an angle. The most flattering winged liner for your eye shape will follow the natural direction of your lower lash line. From slightly below the point of your wing, swoop the liner back down to the first line you created. Then, fill in the empty space.
• This formula is also great for layering, so you can keep drawing over your lines until you achieve your desired lines.