Post from: beautytips4her.com
Most eyeliners are created to be smudge-able and while the manufacturers have good reasons for making them this way, it can also backfire. The most obvious result is the dreaded black eye, which many women find annoying but have grown to accept as a fact of life. If you have problems with your lower eyeliner traveling down the lids, you should know that there is a quick tip for preventing this. Basically all you need to do is to use powder after applying the liner in three easy steps.
The tools of the trade are neither expensive nor hard to acquire, but make sure that you won’t be missing a laydown eyeshadow brush with a flat head. This is very effective in dealing with pressed powder which is the other vital ingredient for this ingenious method. It is entirely up to you to choose one shade or the other for the pressed powder, but my advice would be to stick to one that is a tad lighter than your skin. The reason is to highlight the area and to emphasize your beautiful eyes.
1.) Small Laydown Brush
2.) Pressed Powder