Eyeliner is tricky. They run under your eyes giving you that “I just got dumped look” & takes some real effort to apply. I actually have to hold my breath while applying, My clients feel the pressure too. They focus so much on trying to hold their heads still so much they end up shaking out of concentration/nervousness.
The pencils are a soft glide but don’t really give you a neat application. Some liquid liners are so messy and sensitive.
I recently picked up the NYX Professional Makeup Epic Wear Eye & Body Liquid Linerfor $10 at Ulta, you can also find it at Target. I am really impressed with it! They carry this in several colors, Blue is my absolute favorite for a wing liner. She was easy to apply & has a brush applicator which I prefer over a felt tip liner a million times.
I was feeling super crappy a few days ago, so I figured wearing eyeliner would make me feel better about myself (I haven’t worn makeup in months-thank you COVID) I felt super cute but by the end of the day I was not feeling any better, I actually felt much worse and cried a lot for no reason at all. After having cried I realized my eyeliner was still intact. Win!
The product claims to last up to three days & I believe it….. Wouldn’t recommend keeping it on for more than a day but I believe it.
Let me know if you try this product or have a product you love! Catch you next time
Many of us have goals in our heads of things that we want to see happen. Yet they never quite make their way to paper nor do we achieve them. This weekend I am launching my new class, “The 7 Ways to Create Good Fortune” and one of the points that will be covered is setting goals and actually writing them down, working with them in an ACTIVE way, and how to reach the end result.
In preparing the materials for the class I did some research into the power of actually writing down objectives and backing them up with action plans. As a result I came across this study and it was really interesting to see the importance of writing down objectives and creating a plan.
In 1979, Harvard Business School did a study on the graduating class and their goals. Here is some of what they found.
84% of the class had set no goals at all
13% of the class had set written goals but had no concrete plans
3% of the class had both written goals and concrete action plans
10 years later, the 13% of the class that had set and written down their targets but had not created concrete plans, were making twice as much money in comparison to the 84% of the class that had set none at all.
The 3% of the class that had both written down goals and a plan, were making TEN TIMES as much money as the rest of the 97% of the class.
Pretty interesting, right? I will be talking to you more about your goals. How to set them and how to make them work for you. Start thinking about what you would like to achieve in 6 months, 1 year, 5 years. WRITE them down! This is your first step in the beginning of how to create your own personal good fortune.