I used to have that problem until I started using more high-end eyeliners, the one I use now is Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on pencil eyeliner, you can get it at Sephora or Sephora.com They’re $17 but truly, it’s worth it. (: Sorry if I don’t help!posted almost 7 years ago
Yup, everything on my waterline transfers straight to my bottom lashline and makes me look like a puffy pandaposted almost 7 years ago
you can try setting it with a powder, press some eyeshadow of the same colour overtop with a skinny brush. im not sure if that works as effectively on the waterline though, i never do eyeliner there.
maybe… a waterproof liner? lise watier’s seem like a good consistency for that, it really sticks and is hard to smudge off.posted almost 7 years ago
Good pencils for waterline in addition to Urban Decay: Makeup Forever Aqua Eyes (also $17), Milani Liquifeyes ($3-4 ea/ drugstores), L’Oreal HIP Chrome Eyeliner ($9-10 ea/drugstores).
You might also try a gel liner; good ones include MAC Fluidline ($14.50), Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama ($10-11).
Good luck!posted almost 7 years ago
ive actually have this problem before as well but ive learnt a trick that if you put a bit of eyeshadow under your lower lashes it helps! :)posted almost 7 years ago
i agree, eyeshadow is the best way to stop it, I use MACs carbon, its an intense black…xposted almost 7 years ago
waterlining will always have that problem. :/
try investing in a good eyeliner, or eyeliners specifically for waterlining, like bare escentuals buxom’s inside liner. Good stuff, good investment.
For just eyeshadows, or liner on your lid, use an eyelid primer, waterproof pencil, and setting power. Proven to be budge-proof.posted almost 7 years ago
MAC blacktrack fluidline…. its a gel liner, so you might need some practice but it wont budge!!posted almost 7 years ago