By Marianne Mychaskiw
Oct 02, 2017 @ 11:30 am
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Liquid liner can be compared to a shark, lion, or any other predatory animal in that it can sense fear. You cannot show any signs of uncertainty in front of the product, because somehow, it will know, and your cat-eye flicks will result in an uneven, divorced alignment as opposed to a shape sharp enough to stab a man.

Though we've always maintained that felt tip applicators are the best way to apply liquid eyeliner, Revlon has us rethinking everything we once held true with the launch of their ColorStay Exactify Liquid Liner ($12;

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Rather than a brush or Sharpie-esque felt applicator, Revlon's applicator is equipped with a tiny, spinning ball on its end, which easily rolls along your lash line to dispense the product and impart a more precise shape. You can leave the line thin, or continue rolling over it to build up the thickness and intensity. The internet has dubbed its shape a "pizza cutter" applicator, so named for the fact that it looks like a tiny pizza wheel your Barbies would use to cut up their Domino's order. 

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But Revlon isn't the first brand to release a liner equipped with a pizza cutter applicator—back in August, MAC launched their Rollerwheel Liquid Liner, which they dubbed as "training wheels" for your cat-eye. We're all about a pun, not to mention, the fact that we'll never have to blame our tardiness on our liquid liner ever again, or unintentionally work mis-matched wings.