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Imagine a scenario where you have spent hours getting ready for a party with the perfect eye makeup and the cat-eye that took you so long smears out of nowhere. What can be more frustrating than trying to fix the liner in the middle of all things fun? 

Nothing is more frustrating than spending time perfecting our cat eye only to have it go haywire within hours. Despite clever tape tricks and business cards as guides, the perfect wing never lasts. The once-crisp line starts to separate and fade, or it smudges like we've been crying. It's an annoying beauty issue we don't realize until we look in the mirror at the end of the day.

An eyeliner that has been smudged or smeared looks not only extremely unattractive but is also highly embarrassing. If you struggle with this on a regular basis, then you're in luck! Here we will discuss ways to prevent smudged eyeliner and then how to fix eyeliner mistakes if you still end up making them. Get ready for the ride.  

  1. Use A Cotton Swab Or Q-tip: Dip a cotton swab or q-tip in makeup remover or micellar water and gently swipe it over the smudged area to clean it up. This is the easiest and quickest way to fix smudged eyeliner.
  2. Apply Concealer: Apply a small amount of concealer over the smudged area to cover it up. This works especially well for smudges that are close to the lash line. When eyeliner smudges, it can create a messy or uneven appearance, which can detract from the overall look of your makeup. Applying a small amount of concealer over the smudged area can help to smooth out the surface and create a more even canvas for your makeup. The concealer will also help to blend the smudge into the surrounding skin, making it less noticeable. This technique works especially well for smudges that are close to the lash line, as it can be difficult to remove makeup in this area without smudging it further.
  3. Use A Clean Brush: Use a clean eyeliner brush or a small angled brush to smudge out the eyeliner and create a smoky eye effect. This can help to disguise the smudge.
  4. Set The Eyeliner With Powder: Use a small brush to apply a matching eyeshadow over the eyeliner to set it in place. This can help to prevent smudging in the future. This method helps to lock the eyeliner in place and prevent it from smudging or transferring further. When you apply compact powder over your eyeliner, it creates a barrier that helps to absorb excess oils and moisture that can cause the eyeliner to smudge. Additionally, the powder helps to blend the eyeliner into the surrounding skin, which can help to conceal any smudges or imperfections. To set your eyeliner with powder, use a small brush to apply a matching eyeshadow kit over the eyeliner. Be sure to tap off any excess powder before applying it to your eyes, as too much powder can create a cakey or uneven appearance.
  5. Use A Waterproof Eyeliner: Switch to a waterproof eyeliner that is less likely to smudge or transfer throughout the day. Using a waterproof eyeliner can help fix a smudge because it is designed to resist water and sweat, which makes it less likely to smudge or transfer throughout the day. Waterproof eyeliner or smudge-proof eyeliner contains ingredients that create a water-resistant film over the skin, which helps to keep the product in place. This means that even if the liner does smudge, it will be less likely to spread or run, making it easier to clean up or fix.
  6. Start Over: If all else fails, remove the smudged eyeliner and start over. Use a makeup remover to clean up the area, then reapply using a long-lasting pencil eyeliner by Viseart to achieve the desired look.
Eyeliner meltdowns have been a constant source of your frustration that has mostly ended up ruining your parties. It’s time that you master these six simple steps to fix that wing by using a wide range of waterproof kajal, waterproof eyeliners and shimmer eyeliners by Viseart to achieve a flawless and radiant look.


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