What Is Eyeliner Made of?

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The constituents of an eye-liner include waxes, emulsifiers and emollients that form the base. Others include iron oxides and pigments used to give the colour.
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It is made of natural plant based wax & natural ingredients. Some formulas available like gel eyeliner. First, you have to decide what kind of eyeliner you want. Second, you need to decide how you want to wear it.
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