image source: allure.com
Coming Soon: Beautyblender Liner Design
...And this spring, the company is releasing a new product that's sure to have beauty bloggers and plebeians alike really, really excited.
It's called Liner Designer, and it looks like a hot-pink guitar pick. It's made out of rubbery plastic, and the company is billing it as an "eyeliner application tool" to be used with all kinds of eyeliners, from gel to pencil. The Liner Designer has three different sides: one short round edge, a straight edge, and a curvy edge.
You could create a "dark and sultry" cat eye by holding the straight side up at the corner of your eye to create a thick line on the top of your lids and to determine the thickness of the bottom line. Or you could use it to shield your perfect cat eye when applying mascara. And if you're a makeup newbie, you can use the curvy side to guide your lipliner.
Definitely check out the additional photos on the Allure site HERE. Basically, this sounds like a device that you hold up to your eye as a guide while applying eyeliner. As mentioned in the Allure article, I know a lot of people use Scotch tape for this (as well as Post-It notes), but I like the idea of something permanent, washable, and reusable. Am I intrigued enough to fork over $16 for one? I don't know. I may wait for a sale/discount code and purchase down the line (as I did before I ever purchased the original Beautyblender). What do YOU think?