NEW GRAPHIC EYE LOOKS FROM THE RUNWAYS NOW AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
By The Beauty Hub | May 17th, 2015 | Brands,Editors Pick,News
It’s the latest beauty trend on the runways: the standout, graphic liner look for eyes featuring thick, bold lines that are sharp at the edges. It’s a look that has been seen complementing graphic black and white fashions from designers like Helmut Lang, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford this season.
In it, the eyeliner takes centre stage, with carefully crafted lines and geometric edges along the eyes making them bigger, bolder, and of course, more dramatic. Now, Maybelline New York’s new Master Graphic eyeliner, takes inspiration from the latest runway trends and beauty blogs to bring you a tool that helps recreate the same edgy looks with total ease.
The Master Graphic Eyeliner features superior technology exclusive to Maybelline –the first tri-angled tip marker. This innovation helps you draw a thick or thin line with an extra sharp edge for added precision and control. Just twist the product to choose whichever line you want! Lined edges go on perfectly, with angling at the tip, in just one easy stroke.
Say bye bye to using multiple applications, and to multiple liners to create the look you want. Master Graphic eyeliner’s ink formula, injected through its triangle tip, gives you the ultimate, strong finish in an outstanding bold black for eyes as dramatic and intense as those seen on the runway.
This versatile eyeliner can build the look you want, from fine edgy to super bold. All it takes is two simple steps: first, apply a bold thick line and second, use the corner tips to create the sharp edges you love. Result? Striking eyes that are perfectly in tune with the season, reflecting the hottest new trends on the catwalk. Making a fashionably bold beauty statement was never so easy! Go graphic right now with Maybelline New York!
Master Graphic Eyeliner is available Maybelline counters in the UAE.
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