One of the world’s most famous women was known for her signature eyeliner: Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. Her black kohl-rimmed eyes were part of her iconic beauty and it is a look that endures today, albeit in slightly more subtle styles. More recent history saw the liquid liner looks from classic Hollywood, as seen on Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn, all the rage in the 1950s. And of course, the sultry cat-eye flick at the corner of the lid was uber-popular during the swinging sixties. Liquid eyeliner had a major resurgence in the 1990s and 2000s in the supermodel era, so suffice to say at this point it’s a definite make-up bag essential. When it comes to liquid liners, however, it’s important to do your research to know exactly which ones are worth investing in.
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With its bevel tip, this DiorShow Pro Liner gives you an added edge in creating eyeliner looks because you can angle the tip for a thick, thin or somewhere in between line of color. It is a gel formula that is waterproof so it will last all day (and night), but we love how easy it glides on, offering the precision of a pencil but the defined, buildable formula of a liquid.