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A revolutionary rollerball that glides ink on for easy, straight, smooth eye-lining.
What it does:
Never use eyeliner? This easy eyeliner ink is for you. It's as simple as Rock (shake) ’n’ Roll (draw). Rock N' Roller Easy Eyeliner Ink is perfect for drawing graphic, straight, or curved lines every time. Liquid lining has never been so easy to control. Easily achieve eye-lining perfection with this high-pigment, sweat-proof, smudge-proof, waterproof liner that stays put all day. The ultra-fine rollerball glides across the lash line for precise ink application, allowing you to create a variety of looks with ease. The ink dries down matte, but never flat.
This set contains:
- 0.034 oz/ 1 mL Rock N' Roller Easy Eyeliner Ink
- Black tin with mirror
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
This product has been dermatologist-tested for the most sensitive skin. It is preservative-free, gluten-free, fragrance-free, and is not tested on animals.
“We love all the eyeliner trends we’ve been seeing on the runways, and always loved the look of liquid eyeliner but found them hard to use. Our Rock N’ Roller Easy Eyeliner Ink is perfect for quick eye-lining. Just roll along the lash line and you’ll get a straight line every time! Whether you go for a 60’s cat-eye flick like Ally or prefer a more playful and subtle metallic look like Taylor, you’ll love exploring all the eye-lining possibilities!”Ally and Taylor Frankel, NUDESTIX Co-founders and Chief Inspiration Officers
“The NUDESTIX Rock N’ Roller Easy Eyeliner Ink is one of my favorite things to use for filling in the lash line. The roller is so cool because it makes it super easy for me to create a barely-there fine line or even a huge, winged cat-eye and everything in between. Black Moon is the perfect black to accentuate the eye without being too harsh, which is important to me.”Mary Phillips, Celebrity Makeup Artist
-Dip rollerball. Rock Inkwell to shake paint pigments.
For a fine line:
-Roll along lash line to tightline.
-Let dry to set.
For a cat-eye look:
-Draw flick first, starting at outer corner of eye. The angle of the flick will determine the look.
-Let dry to set.
Makeup crayons for all faces, in all places. Created and modeled by sisters Ally and Taylor Frankel.
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