Create a liquid eyeliner

eyeliner w brushEver have a day where you want to add a little punch to your eyes but don’t want to buy a special eyeliner for the occasion?  With GS products Peau de Fleurs Toner you can turn any eye shadow color into a liquid eyeliner!

This trick was shown to us by a celebrity makeup artist who uses different colors on her actors/actresses to create definition, drama and to portray a mood or effect.  It’s easy enough you can do it too!

To do this you’ll need 3 items:

  1. Peau de Fleurs Tonic
  2. Any pressed or loose eye shadow powder
  3. A thin eyeliner brush

Soak your brush tip in a little of the Peau de Fleurs Tonic. This alcohol freePDF Tonic Small toner won’t irritate your eyes and will evaporate fast leaving behind only the color you’ve applied!

Dip the end of the brush tip into the color you’ve chosen; just enough to cover the line over your eyelashes from corner to corner.

Gently swipe from the inside eye corner to the outside corner in a sweeping motion.  Leave your eye closed for a minute to allow the application to dry.  Then apply to the other eye.

This is also a great application to use with a bigger brush to create a eye-makeup eyelinerdramatic look, larger definition or to have some fun with!  When using the Peau de Fleurs Tonic you apply your color seamlessly and don’t have to worry about the color flaking or falling off since it you used a wet application.  Easy to remove with makeup remover, soap and water or Peau de Fleurs Cleansing Mousse.  Then using a cotton ball apply the Peau de Fleurs Tonic all over your face for a deep cleanse!

Peau de Fleurs Tonic is an alcohol free toner that helps to tone and tighten the skin while purifying and nourishing the skin.

To learn more about the Peau de Fleurs Tonic visit us here or on our website.  Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn too!

 

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