No more raccoon eyes from mascara.

It took me a while to really get the hang of Cargo's Reverse Lip liner, but it's uses are vast.

I love it for right beneath the eye to prevent shadow and mascara from collecting under the eye during the course of the day giving you raccoon eyes. Since the consistency is more of a crayon than traditional concealer, it holds up better than a liquid concealer.

It's meant to trace around the lip line to make lips look more pronounced and to keep the lip color in place and it also makes a great spot concealer or a highlighter for facial contouring.

It's a great multi-use that I thought I'd pass along!

isparkles isparkles 7 years 21 weeks
have you tried putting gloss on top of the reverse lipliner? does it hold gloss in place as well? i'm wondering about the consistency of lipstick vs. gloss on top of the reverse lipliner.
aspenvee aspenvee 7 years 24 weeks
Thanks, =) I always get raccoon eyes at the end of the day!
HookedOnBeauty HookedOnBeauty 7 years 46 weeks
I would say apply liner to your bottom lashes if your normally do, then use this right under that. You can also 'rim' your bottom lash line- the fleshy part- to really open your eyes up. It's the new white pencil, which looked fake and weird.
rgrl rgrl 7 years 46 weeks
So how do you apply it? Do you put it on under the bottom lashes and blend? Or no blend? And do you apply the regular liner after? I always have trouble with putting on too many different products... I never know the order they should go in.
lily8206 lily8206 7 years 47 weeks
Thanks, HOB! I was going to pick it up anyways, but love the under eye hint!
AngelDreams AngelDreams 7 years 47 weeks
nice :love: :D
areidz areidz 7 years 47 weeks
I trust that this is a good product :) I really don't end up with raccoon eyes unless I sleep in my makeup (Bad areidz!). However, I may not notice it happening. Just one more thing to buy! Thank you for the heads up!