Trying a Winged Eyeliner Stamp- The Flick Stick

Trying a Winged Eyeliner Stamp- The Flick Stick

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Okay, I’ll be honest. I had never even heard of an eyeliner stamp until The Flick Stick reached out to me. They asked me if I wanted to try their winged eyeliner stamp. I have to admit I was immediately intrigued. Any tool that can help simplify the overwhelming world of makeup was 100% up my alley!

When we got home from our 10-week trip in Australia, my eyeliner stamp package was waiting for me. I set myself up in my home studio eager to try The Flick Stick. Be sure to watch the Reel video below of me trying a winged eyeliner stamp!

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First things first. The Flick Stick comes with 2 stamp sticks, one for the left and one for the right. (I love this!) They are trying to make this process super easy, and it is. On top of that, each stamp stick is double sided. One side is the liquid stamp and the other is a thin liquid eyeliner pen.

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Step 1: Stamp the outer wing

Step 2: Fill in the rest of the wing using the liquid eyeliner pen

Step 3: Repeat on the other side

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It turned out better than I could have anticipated. I mean…it looks pretty darn perfect. I will be honest and say that it IS actually that easy to apply. The wings looked symmetrical and the perfect angle. It gets better- the eyeliner stamp is smudgeproof. And I test it below.

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The Flick Stick also comes in 3 sizes to fit different eye widths: 8mm, 10mm (classic) and 12mm. In the video and photos I am using the class 10mm size.

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