IndicationsMakeup Tips: The perfectly pointed stick is designed for rimming the inner corners of the eyes. Use sideways or on its edge to keep the tip sharp as it wears down with use. The angle you use it on will re-create the shape of the tip.
Keep away from high heat and extreme cold. This is a %100 natural product so please take extra care to ensure longer shelf life.
Daliia herbal eyeliner can be cleaned with alcohol. Just make sure the alcohol evaporates before applying to the eye area.
Allergy information: Product contains nut (ALMOND) oils
IngredientsComplete Ingredient List: Prunus amygdalus (Almond oil), Cera alba (Beeswax), Brassica nigra charcoal (made from black mustard plant), Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) seed butter, Euphorbia cerifera (Candelilla) wax, Copernica cerifera (Carnauba) wax, Cinnamomum camphora bark oil, Glycerine, Ricinus communis (Castor) seed oil, Capric/Caprilyc Tri Glyceride (from coconut oil).
*Crystalized drops of oils or wax on surface may occur if exposed to heat / cold.
Simply swipe the surface with organic alcohol using a clean paper towel or sterile gauze to smoothen and freshen surface.
Color liners (Green, Brown, Gold & Silver colors) contain minerals: Titanium dioxide, Iron oxides, Mica, Chromium Hydroxide green
DirectionsApply as eyeliner to upper or lower lash line. Does not require sharpening, it sharpens itself as it's used on an angle.
Here is a simple makeup tip: To help keep the product in place you can use invisible setting powder around your eyes after applying the product. Voilà!
Primer can be used before if you have skin prone to smudging. Do not use oily eye cream with this product because it will cause excess smearing.
The product is designed to be soft enough to blend but firm enough to stay put (sets better with powder on top).
If you choose to use DALiiA liners further into the crease of the eyelid or as eye shadow you can apply invisible setting powder on top to keep it in place. If you use translucent setting powder after applying the liner it will prevent smudging. Powders absorb excess oils which cause makeup to smudge. Use a makeup brush to get the best result :) We will be happy to help if you need more tips!