There’s a brand new launch for Tarte, and it’s part of their Maneater collection. The Tarte Maneater Lining Lash Glue Pen is a liquid eyeliner pen, which contains false lash adhesive within the pen’s ‘ink’ allowing you to apply false lashes without needing a separate lash glue. Keep on reading to find out more…
“The felt tip of Maneater Lining Lash Glue draws on a micro-thin line of lash glue. No dry time needed. Pop on falsies right after application. Falsies pop on so easily, it’s practically magnetic. Melts off easily with an oil-based makeup remover.“
The Tarte Maneater Lining Lash Glue Pen is $18, and is packaged within traditional liquid liner packaging, with a matte black tube, and a flexible felt tip nib. Right now, the lash glue pen is only available exclusively from QVC, but it’s expected to launch on the Tarte website very soon.
Tarte Maneater Lining Lash Glue Pen Directions
- Shake Maneater Lining Lash Glue well before use.
- Apply two layers of liner glue onto your eyelids and let it dry.
- Pop on your falsies (not included) directly on top of the eyeliner.
- Reapply liner on the inner corner of eyes for maximum lash hold.
Looking at the above photo, it looks like the liner has a satin or glossy finish once dried down on the eyes. These lash glue liners are everywhere right now, and they’re a great option if you don’t want to fiddle around with applying lash glue directly onto your false lashes, and it’s available right now.