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Make It Up Monday - GladGirl Liner Love

Make It Up Monday - Liner Love

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Posted by Heather Coopersmith on November 14, 2016

4 Comments

I adore how Glad Lash is expanding its beauty line through the GladGirl brand. Today, I’m sharing my LINER LOVE for their new “GladGirl Liquid Liner - Fine Brush Tip Pen!” Here's what you can expect from this awesomeness! This new liner is formulated for Eyelash Extensions, but anyone can wear it and I love that versatility! It's Cruelty-Free which means no animals or humans have been harmed in the making of this product, plus it’s also VEGAN which means that there is no animal or dairy bi-products in it (haha) just making sure you’re paying attention. “Vegan” actually means that the liner is super friendly all-around because it’s plant and mineral based. The Liner is available in two, rich FALL colors that everyone should have: Ebony and Expresso. You just can't go wrong with these shades. The fine tip brush offers ultimate precision for that perfect Feline Flick.
GladGirl Liner The price point is so good that you’ll want to get one as a stocking stuffer for everyone you know!
The liner is fast-drying, smudge and waterproof while giving your eyes definition and pizazz, and because it glides on with such ease, this is now my go-to for use on brides both with and without lash extensions. Enhancing your eye makeup look and getting your 'Wing' on has never been so easy. I close this line ;) with a helpful hint: Pair this Liquid Liner with Glad Lash's, “Lashe EnMasses Mascara” and watch your 'eyedentity' soar!
lashe-enmasse With its formula and dual lash wand, the mascara allows for a versatile, sexy and voluminous look. And it’s made for use with or without eyelash extensions - YEAH! Line and lash like you mean it, Lovers!! Featured image credit: Mark Humphrey www.xperiencefactory.com

Heather Coopersmith

Heather Coopersmith

With almost two decades as a professional makeup artist working on film projects, tv shows, photo shoots and weddings, LA based Heather Coopersmith brings some serious skills and knowledge to the Glad Lash Blog with her guest posts. Heather sees her art (and her hair!) as a creative outlet, and says "My world is a visual experience and I want to make you a part of it!" We're super excited to have Heather brightening up our world. You can reach out to Heather on Instagram @makeupthebride


4 Responses

Glad Lash
Glad Lash

November 21, 2016

Hi Falicia,
Thank you for the great question! Waterproof mascara is extremely hard to remove so we strongly advise to NOT use on extensions. The type of oil-based remover necessary to remove waterproof mascara can harm the bond holding the eyelash extensions. Also, even with an oil-based remover, the removal process can be quite aggressive not only harming extensions but also your natural lashes. We want to keep those lashes, not lose them prematurely. That said, there are some fab mascaras that are specially formulated and safe for use on extensions and natural lashes.
Eyeliner is slightly different as it isn’t applied directly to the lashes. Types of waterproof makeup like our “Liquid Liner” are excellent options and they can be easily removed with our, “Wash and Wink Oil-Free Remover” which is also formulated for eyelash extensions.

In a nutshell:
1. Waterproof mascara and oil-based makeup remover = bad to use with eyelash extensions.
2. Waterproof eyeliner and oil-free makeup remover = ok to use with eyelash extensions.

Check out our extension-safe makeup and removers here:
http://www.eyelashextensions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=mascara
http://www.eyelashextensions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=liners
http://www.eyelashextensions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=removers

Please let us know if you have any other questions regarding this topic. Hope that helps and happy lashing!

Falicia Brown
Falicia Brown

November 17, 2016

Biggest concern about the Lash "Em liquid liner is, the rule of thumb has always been to stay away from water-proof make-up/ eyeliner with lash extensions. But you’re saying if safe to use and water-proof? Please help me understand as I am always looking for a great liquid liner to wear with my extensions.

The LipStickJunkie

Glad Lash
Glad Lash

November 21, 2016

Hi Falicia,
Thank you for the great question! Waterproof mascara is extremely hard to remove so we strongly advise to NOT use on extensions. The type of oil-based remover necessary to remove waterproof mascara can harm the bond holding the eyelash extensions. Also, even with an oil-based remover, the removal process can be quite aggressive not only harming extensions but also your natural lashes. We want to keep those lashes, not lose them prematurely. That said, there are some fab mascaras that are specially formulated and safe for use on extensions and natural lashes.
Eyeliner is slightly different as it isn’t applied directly to the lashes. Types of waterproof makeup like our “Liquid Liner” are excellent options and they can be easily removed with our, “Wash and Wink Oil-Free Remover” which is also formulated for eyelash extensions.

In a nutshell:
1. Waterproof mascara and oil-based makeup remover = bad to use with eyelash extensions.
2. Waterproof eyeliner and oil-free makeup remover = ok to use with eyelash extensions.

Check out our extension-safe makeup and removers here:
http://www.eyelashextensions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=mascara
http://www.eyelashextensions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=liners
http://www.eyelashextensions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=removers

Please let us know if you have any other questions regarding this topic. Hope that helps and happy lashing!

Falicia Brown
Falicia Brown

November 17, 2016

Biggest concern about the Lash "Em liquid liner is, the rule of thumb has always been to stay away from water-proof make-up/ eyeliner with lash extensions. But you’re saying if safe to use and water-proof? Please help me understand as I am always looking for a great liquid liner to wear with my extensions.

The LipStickJunkie

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