Eyeliner care -
Some people think that our eyeliner has a felt tip which sometimes gives them a negative impression of the product. But the gag is, the tip of your Brian Beauty Liquid Liner is a soft, flexible sponge that was cut with precision lasers to give you one of the sharpest tips that you can find on the market. But remember - it’s a sponge. The liquid eyeliner inside your pen gets absorbed and then left in a trail as you drag it across your skin. Unfortunately, it can also absorb what’s on your skin and become clogged. If it weren’t for this, the product would be utterly perfect and honestly we would have to charge more for it. That’s why it’s recommended to put Brian Beauty Liquid Liner on first so that the formula makes direct contact with your skin.
If your sponge gets clogged it’s easy to fix in most cases. Take a solution of soap and water in a spray bottle. Spray the sponge tip. Then, under a sink and massage it with two fingers for a few seconds. Run the tip under a faucet for a few seconds. (Do not shake) . Squeeze tip with a paper towel to absorb as much water into the paper towel as possible for about a minute. Now you can shake the eyeliner pen.
Use the stamping method on your inner arm to confirm that your sponge is now unclogged. If it is not, then repeat the steps. If it is then continue on your face (or wherever your design is).
If you continue to have issues and you are using Brian Beauty Liquid Liner over other products, this could be an indicator that the specific products you are using are clogging your liner. You may need to experiment with different eyeshadow/foundation formulas to find the one that is more compatible with Brian Beauty Liquid Liner.
If the above method does not work, please Brian Beauty Customer Care.