if you’ve ever found yourself sitting around, gazing up at the sky and spending countless minutes pondering the far-reaching history and profound nature of black eyeliner, we’re here today to tell you that you are not alone. in fact, it’s not even just the 2 of us standing here next to you in noir-rimmed wonderment. when we first read the article eyeliner: the time-honored makeup choice of bad girls everywhere in the new york times’ T magazine (sent to us by a friend who knows of our devotion to that magical smoky stuff), we felt a sense of belonging to a certain bad bitches club, of women just like us who understood the power of the bold black line.
we were reminded of our days spent tirelessly searching for the best black eyeliner – one that was easy to apply in a perfect cat eye, would stay put all day long, and wouldn’t make our damn eyes water the minute we stepped out of the house. pencils make us feel like we’re dragging a scalpel along the base of our lids, and liquids are too unforgiving. but we finally found the ideal solution, and it would be plain selfish of us to keep it to ourselves.
women of the world, we give you mac fluidline in blacktrack. this stuff can give you anything from a demure little line to a full blown cat eyed wing, and at $16, it’s a splurge you basically owe it to yourself to make. welcome to the bad bitches club.