Here are our selections for Natural Dye
Free, Paraben Free Eye Liners. There are no samples available because they are
pencils, but we do give good descriptions and have swatches available by
This page consists of all natural eye liner pencils, naturally made eye liner
pencils, liquid eye liners, eye liner cakes,
eyeliner powders, mineral color eyeliner powder, and vegan eye liners.
and Gluten Free Selections
Mineral Oil, Parabens, GMO Ingredients, Synthetic Dyes & Fragrances,
Some items are made
without Hydrogenated Oils
Samples are approximately 1/8th Teaspoon size packaged
in a mini zip lock baggie or small polycon recyclable jar. Some samples
may be smaller. They are designed for one or more uses depending upon
the product. They are not made for reselling. They are made for
individual use. These are not produced by the manufacturer, but only
through Natural Solutions. The size and price were determined by the
largest size container the manufacturer has available and evenly
proportioned. Please read our policies under Customer Service Desk as
not all items are returnable. Every person's skin is unique, and as
with all cosmetics we recommend that a person apply a small amount of
the product to the inner wrist for 1-2 days before applying elsewhere to
ensure comfort and compatibility. We encourage everyone to read the
ingredient labels carefully to avoid allergens.
Please note: There are no sample sizes available for liner pencils or liquid liners. We do however
make swatch cards that have the color dried to it with a description so
you can see it first hand. These are not for applying, only viewing the
EYE LINER USES AND TIPS
I HAVE A HARD TIME WORKING WITH EYE LINER PENCILS. IS THERE ANOTHER
WAY I CAN ACHIEVE THE SAME EFFECT?
often tell my clients that you can add color and definition to eyes by using an
eye shadow as a liner. You can dampen a small, flat eye shadow applicator, dip
it into the product or swipe it over it, then brush it on in short, feathery
strokes as close to the lash line as possible. You can also do the same thing
using it dry. You can soften the look with a cotton swab or blending brush. The
more water you use however, the softer the look. I like using Earths Beauty for
HOW DO I AVOID RACCOON EYES?
light touch when combining light eye makeup colors with darker ones, and always
HOW DO I AVOID A THICK EYELINE OR IS THIS OKAY?
can get away with a thick line. When lining and defining, stay as close to your
lash line as possible, and then be sure to soften the line. You can use a
sponge tip applicator or cotton swab to help. Don't press to firmly as you
line. Sharpen the pencil if you think it needs it, to get close up.
Advice Came from the following books: Inside Beauty, Articles from Magazines