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Definition of 'eyeliner'

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Example sentences containing 'eyeliner'

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If you can't leave the house without eyeliner then use it slightly differently. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Use a white eyeliner pencil under your nail tips to make them look fresh and clean. The Sun (2012)You need to master the simple look with eyeliner and a strong brow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This retro style looks great with a flawless foundation base and cat flicks of liquid eyeliner. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ideal to apply gel eyeliner or to push shadow between the lashes. The Sun (2013)The whiteness of her face was intensified by crimson lipstick and heavy eyeliner. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or take the trend slowly and just use a bright eyeliner. The Sun (2012)There was also a notable fixation with white liquid eyeliner. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Black eyeliner and red lipstick were made for each other. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She then goes on to champion a liquid eyeliner in pen form. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Move away from the kohl eyeliner. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And wearing eyeliner isn't my thing. The Sun (2008)She is beautiful without it and this look shows how little she needs the big red lips or dramatic eyeliner to look good. The Sun (2010)Finish with a dash of kohl eyeliner, and hey presto. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can use eyeliner, but needs to be subtle. The Sun (2007)Put a spin on the classic'60s eyeliner look by adding an extra line for max impact. The Sun (2013)In applying eyeliner, the maths is simple. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The mix of eyeliner and lipstick will give a two-tone finish for a dramatic look. The Sun (2012)Nail varnish is used by six per cent of blokes, and eyeliner or mascara by five per cent. The Sun (2010)I've had a kohl eyeliner dependency since my indie teenage years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When it comes to eyeliner pencils, you need a product that will deliver precise colour without pulling at the sensitive skin around the eye. The Sun (2010)In fact, they'll no doubt be sharing an eyeliner pencil backstage. The Sun (2013)

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Translations for 'eyeliner'

British English: eyeliner /ˈaɪˌlaɪnə/ NOUN
Eyeliner is a special kind of pencil which some women use on the edges of their eyelids next to their eyelashes in order to look more attractive.
  • American English: eyeliner
  • Arabic: قَلَمٌ لتـَحْدِيدِ العَيْنَيْـن
  • Brazilian Portuguese: delineador
  • Chinese: 眼线膏
  • Croatian: olovka za oči
  • Czech: oční linky
  • Danish: eyeliner
  • Dutch: eyeliner
  • European Spanish: delineador
  • Finnish: rajausväri
  • French: eye-liner
  • German: Eyeliner
  • Greek: αϊλάινερ
  • Italian: eye liner
  • Japanese: アイライナー
  • Korean: 아이라이너
  • Norwegian: eyeliner
  • Polish: kredka do powiek
  • European Portuguese: delineador de olhos
  • Romanian: creion dermatograf
  • Russian: подводка для глаз
  • Spanish: delineador
  • Swedish: eyeliner
  • Thai: ที่วาดขอบตา
  • Turkish: rimel
  • Ukrainian: підводка для очей
  • Vietnamese: chì kẻ mắt

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