Q & A: Questions Answered by Coloruza

Dear Readers!

I will be doing one of these question-type posts once every few months or so (or more if it seems popular enough).  The idea is to ask me any and all of your make-up/beauty related questions. Maybe you have a question about a product, how to combine certain colors, what foundation is best, what stuff I use besides the color stuff, whether one color is a good dupe for another, what brushes to use, etc. Also, if you have any recommendations as to types of posts you’d like to see, please let me know!

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2 Responses to “Q & A: Questions Answered by Coloruza”

  1. Marie Says:
    February 17th, 2009 at 7:02 PM

    I find that by the end of the day my lower eyeliner has completely melted away. I’ve asked various people at counters and tried different waterproof liners, but for some reason it never works. I usually just use black waterproof eyeliner pencil on my waterline. What products do you find stay best?

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    Heather Reply:

    Ok, so here’s the lowdown as far as I know…
    I obviously know the most about MAC – the gel liner Blacktrack Fluidline actually works the best on the waterline. I use my “water resistant” Graphblack Technakohl liner (or you could use any liner) to dip in the gel liner and put it on my waterline. Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Zero is good – but will probably act just like the other liners you’ve tried. If all else fails, for special occasions you could use MAC’s Liquid Last liners (there’s a black one…the name escapes me). They are liquid, but if you hold your lid down for a minute while it dries, then I swear to you it stays on like cement and you have to use eye-makeup remover to get it off. It comes off easily with that, but soap and water won’t even do the trick (but don’t put soap in your eye!). Seriously – try liquid last on your hand then see how long until you can get it off…wash your hands even! If you want something that stays no matter what then go with that.
    Thanks for asking!! :-)

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