from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Makeup used to outline the eyes.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Makeup used to outline the eye, generally applied along or close to the lashline.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cosmetic powder of a dark tint, applied to the eyelid close to the base of the eyelashes to accentuate the eyes. Compare
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. makeup applied to emphasize the shape of the eyes
Children in eyeliner dancing around to the musical equivalent of a Steps B-side do not provocative and mature entertainment make.
When the founding fathers wrote the first amendment to the Constitution, I hope one of them was like, What if some douche in eyeliner wants to say the ‘F’ word at an awards show only college kids are watching someday?
Considering that Sherlock in many ways owes a debt to the cultural phenomenon that is the Pirates of the Caribbean series, don’t be too surprised if a hipper Long John Silver borrows some eyeliner from the Jack Sparrow’s collection.
You don’t hire Danny Huston to stand around in eyeliner for fifteen seconds as Poseidon.
I did laugh during the whole, eyeliner is not brain surgery bit and John’s "no one tried to kill me and she didn’t kill anyone, so it was a good day," line is classic.
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How did this idea to name eyeliner for streets come to you?
This is not a pencil so when you sharpen it, you are sharpening the actual product and not the covering of the eyeliner, which is made of plastic.
Her eyeliner was a cream liner in graphite, which is a deep, dark gray and I set it with a shimmering dark burgundy.
I think that the eyeliner is a bit much and the hair piece is a little tacky, but her lips look phenomenal.
"The fact that we're giving eighteen-year-old girls in Equatorial Guinea the confidence to spend their fifty-cents-a-week salary on the right kind of eyeliner ... that's something all women can feel proud of."
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