Almay Intense i-Color Eyeliner, Black Pearl brings out your eye color with rich, contrasting color! Pearlescent eyeliner defines your eyes with rich tones that make your eye color...
|Unit Count:||1 Count|
|Number of Packs:||1 Pack|
|Key Attributes:||Ophthalmologist Tested|
|Key Attributes:||Liquid Liner|
|Product Line:||Top Of The Line|
Lasts up to 16 hrs. Won't smudge. Beautifully defines eyes for up to 16 hours. Water-resistant and smudge-proof. Vitamin E nourishes and protects. Removes easily with eye makeup removers. Hypoallergenic. Good for contact lens wearers.
Dimethcione, polyethylene, cyclopentasiloxane, trimethylsiloxysilicate, polypropylsilesquioxane, sucrose acetate, isobutyrate, c30-50 alcohols, isododecane, polymethylsilesquixane, triethoxycaprylylsilane, bis-diglyceryl polyacyladipate-2, phenyl trimethicone, ethylene/propylene/styrene copolymer, isohexadecane, bis-hydroxyethoxypropryl dimethicone, cetyl peg/ppg-10/1 dimethicone, lecithin, sorbic acid, tocopheryl acetate, bht, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, polyhydroxystearic.
To sharpen: Pull built-in sharpener from bottom of the eyeliner. Removes easily with soap and water or Almay Eye Makeup Removers.
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