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Beauty - Kiss Wing it Eyeliner review

Hey lovelies,
I don't think I'm alone in saying that most of us love a little sassy flick of eyeliner to make our eye makeup complete, whether you go for a subtle flick or you prefer a full on cat eye, we all love it.
For me I've never exactly been particularly proficient at an eyeliner flick but I get by usually using a felt pen type eyeliner, rather then Gel having never really got on with it, that is until I gave Kiss Wing It* a go. The new Wing it Gel liner comes complete with a nifty little stencil that you just position against your eye then use the slanted brush to fill in, thus creating your desired wing.

I must admit it did take me a couple of attempts to get the positioning right, my pesky hooded lids don't help, but once  I got the hang of it, I actually quite like it, the liner itself is super black and is really easy to apply whether you wanna use the template or not, one dip of the brush in the liner is enough to line one eye, meaning this stuff is gonna last yonks. Another plus side is Kiss Wing it* liner is also smudge and waterproof great for someone like me who often rubs my eyes, and is then like shit!! cause I've rubbed eyeliner all round my face.

So if you fancy trying a new eyeliner to create your perfect wing I would recommend you give Kiss Wing it a go, its also only £7.99 so won't break the bank, especially if you are post Christmas poor.

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