This Real Girl Shares her Secrets to Smudge-Proof Liner
If you’re not all over Into The Gloss’ #ITGTopShelfie by now, you should be. (Seriously—go click. I'll wait.) The series, in which a reader is handpicked and profiled, is an untapped resource for real girl beauty hacks. Case in point: ITG’s latest profile on graphic designer Rena Phuah—has seriously changed our liquid liner game.
Phuah’s entire beauty routine is worth a read—if for her detailed concealer recommendations alone—but her liquid liner process is stand-out clever. (See: exactly what you need to read before summer’s humidity really sets in.)
Keep reading for this real girl’s genius tricks to preventing smudged liner.
Phua names La Rose De Versailles Liquid Eyeliner ($41) as her “holy grail liquid liner”. If you suffer from smudged liner you might want to look into Japanese or Korean liner brands, too. Think about it: these brands design products primarily for Asian women who tend to have flatter lids without an obvious socket or crease. All this to say, if they won’t budge on hooded eyes, they probably won’t budge on other types of lids either.