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I think I have pretty eyes without eyeliner. I don’t need you.
By Natalie on 05.05.2011
make up and it makes your eyes pop out it. It goes on your face it comes in multi colors it can be used by all ages some men where it sometime its expensive and sometimes it gets in your eyes
By sebramartienz on 05.05.2011
women wear it. all colors. it you wear to much and bulk up on the top liner you look like a whore. the bottom liner looks stupid because it makes your eyes look small. wings on the outside look cute if done right.
By emily on 05.05.2011
tattooed on? why would you? oh, yeah, for weddings and funerals and long goodbyes and hurtful barbs when the regular stuff eavesdrips and makes you look like a demented clown.
By toni Giarnese URL on 05.05.2011
She slowly opened her eyes, not knowing where she was and immediately received a rush of memories from the night before…all of them quite blurry. But her eyeliner was still in tact
By Skittelz on 05.05.2011
hello mother fucker, said the eyeliner, im going to poke you in the eyeball. eyeliner had a bad day. eyeliner got used on a man, wasnt happy. looks gay on men. oh well, thought eyeliner.
By James Bird on 05.05.2011
I spend an hour everymorning making sure I look perfect.
Or at least as perfect as someone like me can get.
I put on eyeliner, even though I hate it. I do my hair, even though I think its a waste of time. I dress in things I absolutley hate.
All for you. I hope your happy for making my life miserable.
By RobotPlaque URL on 05.05.2011
you draw it around your eye and try and make yourself feel better about how you look. it hurts when you poke your eye. is it really worth it though? i don’t know. make up goes all the way back to egypt so people can feel purty. what is this i don’t even.
By chrissy on 05.05.2011
How middle of the road and trite can they make these words? C’mon. Give me something with weight and substance. Something my soul attaches to.
By Jason URL on 05.05.2011
eyeliner looks disgusting when chicks wear to much. its look like dirt. so do most girls for that matter. dirt. :)and i still have lots of time. should be running out soon. im not sure what im doing or what im supposed to be doing. tick tick tick tick tick
By Alan on 05.05.2011
I looked in the mirror at the sorry excuse for creativity in the form of an eyeliner smear. I was never really one for makeup. Nor have I ever been artistic. Apparently, the two go hand in hand…
By Vanatron URL on 05.05.2011
She threw the eyeliner down, frustrated at her appearance in the mirror. The flickewring florescent lights lit up the lines and shadows on her face, her weariness showing through, the heavy makeup making her face look tired and deafeated.
By mks on 05.05.2011
Lines, line, everywhere.
It’s around your eyes; it makes you look exotic.
Penciled in lines to suggest something
Or, to conceal.
It’s written on your face.
By Stephanie URL on 05.05.2011
well i guess i will just put on my makeup to make me” beautiful:)
By cady on 05.05.2011
I tried applying it lightly from the outer corner of my eye to the inner, like I always saw her do it. When finished I resembled more a wet animal than a beautifule woman. She
By Morgan on 05.05.2011
a way in which women are are able to frame their eyes without the use of wood, plastic or metal, as one would usually associate with frames. Men using it, changes it;s name to guyliner – ala Pete Wentz, this was a fad which, thankfully seems to be dying out.
By Adam Simpson on 05.05.2011
I hate when eyeliner smudges. It is the worst, which it why I chose to switch to liquid eyeliner about a year ago once I mastered the art of it (which isn’t an easy feat btw). I never have to worry about ‘Manson’-ing it up anymore at the bar- or looking like a crack head in the AMs- it’s great.
By kirsten on 05.05.2011
Their eyes were rimmed with black eyeliner as if to make themselves more attractive, but all I saw were raccoons. Orange skin, hair ratted to make their heads twice as large. Why exactly was that appealing? All I saw were a crowd of poorly dressed Oompa Loompas giggling their intelligence away.
By Alexis URL on 05.05.2011
I knew a girl who used to be a fairy princess, or that’s what she claimed. She’d sneak into her mother’s makeup stash and draw lines and swirls all over her face with eyeliner, then put on bright pink lipstick, and she still looked like a princess. She lived in a house wear the floor creaked, and even though it did, she danced on it day and night. Her mother left her.
I was that little girl. Am I still a fairy princess?
By Mara URL on 05.05.2011
Your eyes are like oceans and I am lost at sea, when you look at me. But you are the ocean liner of my rescue. Together we will find land. Colour ourselves in the shades of the fauna. You and me and those wonderous eyes. Under the hot sun of love we will bake as I outline your eyes with my kisses.
By Eric on 05.05.2011
Sometimes i like eyeliner. I wear it sometimes because it brightens my eyes but it’s not necessary. Those that use it heavily just hide the beauty of their eyes. Why would anyone want to walk around looking like a raccoon when they could highlight the beauty that God gave them? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
By Marisa URL on 05.05.2011
Madonna´s eyeliner shows how much the olden Queen of Pop have used lifting and plastic surgery techniques to seems younger, but it is a catastrophe !
By Gawel Anna on 05.05.2011
when i was 15 no one wore eyeliner, but in the 1970′s it was thought to be “glamorouos”, and the ’70′s weren’t known for glamour of the conventional kind. beads and fringe and Joni Mitchell and embroidered jeans – now, those were glamorous!
By lisanne on 05.05.2011
She never wore eyeliner, or any makeup at all, really. Most days she wore a ponytail and thick headband, and a single necklace. So simple, but she walked with so much confidence, much more than all the other girls with their masks. There was no mask on her, just honesty, openness, beauty.
By Rapunzel URL on 05.05.2011
the eyliner destroid her face. tears running down her eyes. dark as night from the eyeliner. she was cold. sad and utterly hurt. how she was going to come to terms with this lose she could never know but what she did know is that she was willing to fight for her happiness.
By savannah URL on 05.05.2011
The eyeliner ran down my face along with the darling tears I shed that night. If it was possible, I felt even more ugly than I have ever been before.
By Carter URL on 05.05.2011
She presses into her eye, harder, and harder yet. she makes sure that the line is thick enough, just big enough to hide what she’s really feeling.
By Abby on 05.05.2011
putting on eyelines, preparing for an occiasion. make people focus on your eyes, and make them see. there is a grace involved, that comes from practice. nothing like this is natural. the lines, think or thin, are framing a part of you. the part you choose.
By svea wentzler on 05.05.2011
I smudged the eyeliner across the brim of my eye. It caked into the creases so that I looked like a skanky raccoon.
By DanielaT. URL on 05.05.2011
Smudged on my face, for no other reason than I slept with it on (didn’t care enough to take it off). Make-up is entirely too much work, and entirely not worth it………..most of the time.
By teknicolouryawn URL on 05.05.2011
It’s not worth wearing. It just makes people look ugly and stuck up. I can’t think of anything else to write.
By Phil The Stickman on 05.05.2011
I dated a boy who would let me put eyeliner on him. He looked a lot like Dennis Rodman, from basketball team to the cheeta hair. And he skated. It was a wonderful two week relationship until I discovered what a man whore he was.
By HelenGrant URL on 05.05.2011
streaked down faces staring into windows and their eyes are sunken and lost, they have become people who they don’t know and no one knows them, no one cares who they are. lost, alone. alone, lost.
By Lulu URL on 05.05.2011
The sticky black substance ran down my face, carried by the painful tears. I began to regret having put so much on, the feeling of it running down my face was disgusting, and the pain even worse.
By Kate URL on 05.05.2011
the eyeliner was smudged all over the floor then i cried
she picked up the lipstick and called 911 for the dance operator to give her number 9
By katemcsprack on 05.05.2011
There eyeline pencil is in my eye. it is so painful when the pencil tip hits my eye. ow it hurts. now there is black stuff in my eye. how will i get it out? now its bleeding and there black stuff in my eye. i’m blind
By Rosie on 05.05.2011
Eyeliner was the line I crossed with my father. That was just too much for him and his unathletic high school aged son. That’s when friends of my friends began to find me weird too. I didn’t even apply it well. I thought I did. I didn’t.
By deadponies URL on 05.05.2011
people wear eyeliner to have a mask. i dont i want people to see who i am and that i need someone. but noone does.
By tess URL on 05.05.2011
I don’t wear eye makeup. I actually hate makeup for that matter… It really bugs me. I feel like women shouldn’t have to wear it. ):
By Ren on 05.05.2011
Eyeliner is pretty when used properly, but for the most part I think it’s overrated. The whole ‘racoon-eyed’ look is just odd looking, and so many girls apply eyeliner as if it is a black sharpie marker. I think it makes the whole makeup look less natural and even uglier.
By marisa on 05.05.2011