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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they take cow poo and turn it into paste add black colouring take the sent away and put it into stick form then put it in a tube.
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Eyeliner is made in a variety of pencil forms. The standard eyeliner pencil is made of
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Eyeliners are made out of a variety of synthetic chemicals, wax, and/or other powders, and are sometimes combined with metal compounds. report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February
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The Base is the backbone of the formula. In the case of pencils, its the waxy/greasy matrix that forms the core of the pencil; in the liquids its the water/oil emulsion in which the
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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.
Eyeliner is made from a number of synthetic chemicals, metal compounds for colour and wax for consistency. A standard eyeliner pencil is made of wood which is filled with powder-based material. The pencils come in a softer and waxier crayon or gel styles.
Depending on the brand of eyeliner, it can be made from several different ingredients. Many eyeliners actually consist of bat dung, believe it or not.
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