Thank GOD for geniuses. Especially those types that think of things that seem so bloody obvious, we could have thought of them.

Except we didn’t. And that is why we are all broke losers who are currently eating cans of tuna mixed with spicy rice.

Genius stuff? These eyeliners. They’re all designed for people who are bloody terrible at liquid liner. Cat eye? I’ll laugh you out of the building. Tightlining? Lol, funny joke.

Except these babies take all the confusing work out of the process. So maybe there’s cat-eye hope for us all, no?

REVLON COLORSTAY EXACTIFY LIQUID LINER

Revlon ColorStay Exactify Liquid Liner, $25.95

The wheel tip means you can glide this baby along your lash edge like a dream, making it the perfect choice for anyone who struggles to get riiiight on the lash.

MAYBELLINE NEW YORK MASTER PRECISE CURVITUDE EYELINER

Maybelline New York Curvitude Liner, $18.95

Struggle to get your wings killer? This liner has an angled tip, so you can drag it out without getting that odd curly-finish look.

MECCA MAX WINK INK EYELINER

Mecca Max Wink Ink Eyeliner, $20

The dual tip means you can get fine, precision application, then bump it up with the thicker end.

TARTE TARTEIST CLAY PAINT LINER

Tarte Tarteist Clay Paint Liner, $33

This one’s all about that angled, fine-tipped brush. It makes nailing liner flicks a breeze, and you absolutely need one when it comes to liquid or gel formulas.

LANCOME GRANDIOSE EYELINER

Lancome Grandiose Eyeliner, $55

The moveable tip on this guy means you can go in for straight edges, then bend when you need to create a flick.

BY TERRY EYE POWDER KAJAL

By Terry Eye Powder Kajal, $57

When all else fails, absolutely murder a smoky eye instead with a liner like this one, which offers precision application for powder. Smudges are meant to be there, thank god.

 

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