Next Generation Mary Kay® Mechanical Lip Liner

.28 g



This ultracreamy, smooth-gliding formula is enhanced with lip-protecting, age-fighting ingredients. A built-in sharpener gives you the option on how bold or defined you want your liner to be.

  • Helps prevent feathering and bleeding.
  • Creates perfect long-lasting lip color.
  • Does not smudge or feather.
  • Nourishes and helps protect lips.
  • Contains age-fighting ingredients.

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  • Descripción
  • Tips de Aplicación

Mary Kay® Lip Liner

A lip liner is an absolute must for the woman who wants a more defined, polished lip or for those who may be concerned with feathering or bleeding of their lip color.

The delicate lip area is prone to excessive moisture loss and as lips age, they become thinner and fine lines and wrinkles become more obvious on and around the lips. Mary Kay® cutting-edge Lip Liners do more than provide natural color definition, they have additional skin care benefits such as age-fighting ingredients that help protect lips and help them appear smooth while creating a perfectly polished look. The neutral shades are similar to the natural tones of the lip so the liners blend in with lips and coordinate with Mary Kay® Creme Lipsticks and Mary Kay® NouriShine Plus™ Lip Glosses. No more guessing which liner shade matches your lipstick shade! In addition, the Clear Lip Liner is great for use with all shades and coverage levels of lip gloss and lipstick. A clear lip liner also is the perfect choice great for those who may not be as skilled with a shaded liner but still want to prevent feathering and bleeding of their lip colors.

Application Tips

  • First, before applying a lip color product, apply TimeWise® Age-Fighting Lip Primer to prevent feathering and bleeding. And be sure to allow it to dry before applying lip color.
  • Using the lip liner, define the V-shape at the center of the top lip along the natural lip line.
  • Bring the line to the corners of the lips using short, feathery strokes.
  • Next, define the center of the bottom lip by starting from the corners and drawing a line in toward the center.