Getting Graphic with the Grinch!
I used liners from this collection: #Glam Vice - Candy Bundle - 8 Retro Liners + Liner Brush 001[products]# in the shades “moonwalk” and “fringe” I loveeee graphic liners these days. You can get such unique looks with them, and they can make any look pop. As you can see, I had a bit of fun creating a grinch inspired makeup look using them. I like using graphic liners because you can really control how they come out. Since it’s almost like painting in a way, you can get very creative with designs, combinations, and such. I also love using non traditional eyeliner colors as of late. If you’re looking to try graphic liners, I would suggest this brand. They have awesome bundles that include a brush, or, you can buy the liners individually. These are very easy to use with the brush, are water activated so no mess, and don’t take much to produce a great result.
Dec. 26, 2020
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