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I'm trying to find a thin eye liner for under my eyes. Everything from MAC and Chanel I own seems to be to thick. I'm wondering if any drug store brands are good? Thanks! :)
 

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CG Perfect Point Plus is a good drugstore option. No sharpener needed.
 

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maybe you just need a good eyeliner sharpener?
 

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I have a MAC one for my mac pencils, but they seem so get dull before I finish one eye.
 

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can you get the point sharp with the mac sharpener? My MAC one didn't do that great of a job. I thought it was doing a good job, until I tried other sharpeners. The more expensive ones really do make a difference.

I know Sephora makes "slim pencils" they're smaller and thinner than other eyeliners, you could try that too and they're cheap.
 

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Check out Revlon ColorStay! It's very thin and has one of those retractable/extendable tips so you don't have to keep sharpening. It's drugstore, so cheap, but it lasts for me all day!
 

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Use a small brush, wet it, use eyeshadow (or cake liner, if using cake liner, try Ben Nye, they are better than Mac) and apply a thin wet line directly along the lashline from the center, outwards. Let dry. Then use a dry brush and apply dry shadow over, blending it to perfection. This in my opinion, is the best method.
 

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Yes, this is the best way
Use a small brush, wet it, use eyeshadow (or cake liner, if using cake liner, try Ben Nye, they are better than Mac) and apply a thin wet line directly along the lashline from the center, outwards. Let dry. Then use a dry brush and apply dry shadow over, blending it to perfection. This in my opinion, is the best method.
 

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Use a small brush, wet it, use eyeshadow (or cake liner, if using cake liner, try Ben Nye, they are better than Mac) and apply a thin wet line directly along the lashline from the center, outwards. Let dry. Then use a dry brush and apply dry shadow over, blending it to perfection. This in my opinion, is the best method.
Am I missing something??
 

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Bobbi Brown and Mac have great gel liners. Depending on what brush you use, you can get as thin or as thick of a line you want.
 

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I use Bobbi Brown gel liners and their brush works great.

Drugstore brands are far worse than MAC IMO..

Urban Decay and Stila's pencil eyeliner is amazing.
Brody's suggestion is great too! My mom uses that method. :)
 
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