Eyes are the mirrors into our souls and one of the most attractive features any of us have.

They can be very seductive and expressive and that is the reason why so many girls put focus on their eyes and eyelashes when applying makeup. Finding a good eyeliner is a difficult task and we are here to help you all pick the one which will be the best for you. When you choose the right one for you, make sure to check Roswitha’s tips on how to wear eyeliner!

#1 Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye

 

UrbanDecay eyeliner

Found on UrbanDecay

Lovers of vibrant colours, gather around! This waterproof eyeliner pencil comes in a rainbow of shades for you to choose from, and it will give you the best look. Its creamy structure makes it easy to apply and experiment, and it will not budge after it dries.

#2 L’Oréal Paris Extra-Intense Liquid Pencil Eyeliner

L'oreal Paris eyeliner

Found on: chickadvisor

This is one of the darkest eyeliners I tried, but it can smudge if you’re not careful. You only need a little stroke to get a rich line and intense colour. It is not waterproof, though, but you can use it to get that perfect smoky-eyes look.

#3 Rimmel London Professional Liquid Eyeliner

rimmel london eyeliner

Found on: superdrug

Good news for those who struggle with applying eyeliners and way-too-thick brushesRimmel London eyeliner has a super thin brush which lets you build up your look slowly. It comes off easily but not until you want it to, it doesn’t smudge and dries quickly.

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#4 Avon Glimmersticks Eyeliner

Avon glimmerstick eyeliner

Found on: avon

This is a great eyeliner which comes in many different colours you can choose from depending on what you feel like wearing that day. It is super creamy but it does require more sharpening than other similar pencil eyeliners.

#5 NYX Supper Skinny Eye Marker

Found on: amazon

Found on: amazon

This liquid eyeliner with a felt-tip pen is super easy to apply and it doesn’t matter if you have shaky hands. It lasts all day long and even if you put a bit thicker layer it will not look too dramatic.

#6 CoverGirl Queen Collection Eyeliner

Non professionals will love this eyeliner because of its angled pencil which makes it easier to apply it. It lasts long, doesn’t smudge and it is more than affordable!

#7 Sephora Kohl Pencil

This eyeliner will allow you to draw lines which are not too sharp and you will be able to get the smokey eyes effect easily. The only trouble is that you will have to make an extra effort to remove it!

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#8 Jordana Cosmetics INCOLOR Fabuliner Liquid Liner

jordana eyeliner

Found on: totalbeauty

This is the one of the best eyeliners n the market and it’s not too expensive. It can stay whole day on your eyes without smudging!

#9 Jane Iredale Mystikol

Jane Iredale Mystikol

Found on: skinmatrix

In case you still haven’t tried mineral makeup, this spring is the time! Try gentle and hypoallergenic eyeliner from Jane Iredale makeup collection, and you won’t regret it. Special recommendation to girls with sensitive skin, because mineral makeup has natural ingredients and is good for those with skin problems.

#10 Almay Liquid Eyeliner

Almay Liquid Eyeliner

Found on: sololisa

For all the girls out there who love the retro pin-up look, this is the right choice. Its colour is intense and it lasts long (they claim it’s around 16 hours, wow). It comes in a bottle with a tip applicator and it makes it last longer than other pen-like eyeliners. It is liquid and it will not crumble when it dries.

Eyeliner is that magic wand which helps you achieve a certain look: classic and seductive with black cat eye or playful and childish with a pop of color! Try marker, gel, liquid, pencil and kohl before you make a decision, since each of these will give you different results.

Did you try any of these, or do you have a spring/summer favorite of your own?
Comment bellow and let us know below

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