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Kryolan HD Cream Liner

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Cream Liner is an especially color intensive eye liner for fashionable and flawless eye lining. Cream Liner does not drip.

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High Quality stuff!!

Huyen

This is such high quality cream liner. Definitely doesn't smudge for me. Lasts and stays on all day. No regrets trying this out for the first time.
  1. Smooth

    Anna

    I have this in ebony and I love how pigmented it is! Doesn't skip on my eye and applies super smoothly
  2. High Quality stuff!!

    Huyen

    This is such high quality cream liner. Definitely doesn't smudge for me. Lasts and stays on all day. No regrets trying this out for the first time.
  3. The only liner you'll need

    Shahnoor

    I use this with a wet liner brush and I always have the cleanest cat eye. The staying power is incredible. This pot will last you for years as you only need to swipe your brush in once. The colour is completely opaque on the lids and dries matte.
  4. High quality HD liner

    Thomas

    A lot of makeup brands will claim their makeup is HD, but they know very well most of their clients are never going to put it to the test. While other companies, like RCMA, produce makeup that works beautifully for HD photography or filming, even under studio conditions, yet don't label it HD. As a result the HD label often comes off a bit gimmicky, but when Kryolan call something HD you can have faith it will perform on high-def cameras even for natural looks under studio lighting.

    I take test photos of makeup I intend to use on clients with a full frame SLR under a ring-light

    Unless you want a retro or high fashion look liquid liners are rarely suitable for HD conditions,and pencils are sometimes only good for placing the initial dots along the lash-line. To look natural you a soft, blurry line that is still not too thick (unless you're lining over the band on strip lashes) and even a lot of fine liner brushes are too thick to pull this off. I use a nail art brush to do the initial line before smudging back and forth to soften it without widening it too much.

    This liner performs very well in both colours (I use cacao for people with lighter hair and lashes) in this context even in HD photography. It is also long wearing and very easy to work with.
  5. One of my fave eye liners!

    MissDivine

    I use this on all of my clients! I specialise in vintage makeup and always need a reliable liner to achieve a dramatic winged liner. Once dry its really smudge and water resistant!
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