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Hey everyone
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Uhm, yea so Im going out today shopping, and I need to buy some eyeliner. I bought the mac waterproof engraved or whatever and It all comes off by the end of the day
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Does any one have any other suggestions? I want a black eyeliner that goes on good, and doesn't budge??

 
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Originally Posted by Tears_Of_Blood Hey everyone
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Uhm, yea so Im going out today shopping, and I need to buy some eyeliner. I bought the mac waterproof engraved or whatever and It all comes off by the end of the day
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Does any one have any other suggestions? I want a black eyeliner that goes on good, and doesn't budge??

I have the Powerpoint pencils (but you said you had that already I believe) but you should also check out the MAC fluidlines... they stay on all day no matter where on your eye you use it!
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I've also heard that Revlon Colorstay pencils work well also
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Thanks
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But I usually only put it on the inner lid (if thats what its called), will it move?

 
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Originally Posted by Tears_Of_Blood Thanks
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But I usually only put it on the inner lid (if thats what its called), will it move? Fluidlines won't... they're great on inner rims!
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The powerpoint doesn't really leak or bleed on them either, but it does seem to fade slightly at the end of the day - not bad, but not as bold as the fluidline.
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I use fluidlines and love them. However, I am interested in trying out Stila's smudgepots.

 
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I have some fluidlines and smudgepots and I'd say go for the smudgepot. The smudgepots seem to me to last a lot longer. The only downside is that you need to work really quickly with the smudgepot as it dries really quickly.

 
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I am getting interested in smudgepots too
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Originally Posted by Lealabell I have some fluidlines and smudgepots and I'd say go for the smudgepot. The smudgepots seem to me to last a lot longer. The only downside is that you need to work really quickly with the smudgepot as it dries really quickly.
 
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Originally Posted by lilla I am getting interested in smudgepots too
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I find the smudgepots stay on longer, but I find the texture of the fluidlines easier to work with. They're not as dry so they don't drag as much when you put them on.
 
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All you lemming creators!!! LOL
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Smudgepots sounds really good! But I barely use my fluidlines - since I found the Powerpoints, so I guess I really don't need more of something I'll barely touch.
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But they do sound nice though!
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So.. All your Stila Smudgepot lovers, have ye tried Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner aswell & can ye compare the 3? (MAC, Stila & BB)

 
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Oh great, i have some fluidlines & a BB but now i gotta try the smudgepots!

 

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