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PRECISE & TIGHT TO FLOWY & SMOKY -
LOVE YOUR LINER!

Let’s admit it - eyeliner is difficult and daunting! But have no fear, you can conquer even the toughest of techniques with MŌDA®. Words of the wise before you begin - arm yourself with makeup remover, Kleenex, and a positive attitude.

Walk the Tight line

Tightliner
BMD-475

One of the most difficult lining techniques in the book - tightlining - can be achieved by simply doing one thing: relaxing! Take a deep breath, relax your muscles, pull up your top eyelid, and gently line the area right underneath your eyelashes (the bent angle of this liner will make this MUCH easier). This technique will make your eyes look big and bright, even without any other eye makeup! For the best application, use gel liner with this brush.

On Point

Fine and Pointed Liners
BMD-441, 481
M17, 20
BMX-441
BMD-MEESET6

For fine lines above the lash line, use a pointed or fine liner. These precise brushes can also be used for lining the waterline - gently pull down your lower lid down and sweep liner onto the white rim. If you're going for a more natural yet lined look, pointed and fine liners are perfect and can be used with powder, gel, or liquid product.

A Cute Angle

Angle Liners
BMD-490
M21
BMD-MPPSET5
BMD-MSKSET5, MWBSET5
BMD-PSEKIT5

Not all angle liners are created equal - you'll want to pick the right length and width for different looks. For a small, precise cat eye, use the Pixie Kit Angle Liner or the BMD-490 with gel or liquid. If you're after long, flowing lines, use the longer Unicorn Kit liners, Prismatic liner, or the M21 with liquid liner. Finally, for thicker, bolder liner (à la Brigette Bardot) use our new MŌDA® Pro BMX-498 with gel.

Sultry and Smoky

Smudgers
BMX-402
BMD-PSEKIT5
MSET-RCK4

Don't forget this smoky favorite! Use black shadow or kohl on the bottom lash line and outer corner, smuding as you go for that perfectly messy liner look that makes all eyes stand out. Finish with several coats of dark black mascara for the ultimate knock-out!

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