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I Tried This Undereye-Mask Liquid-Eyeliner Hack From TikTok, and Damn, It Works Well

It feels like every other week, I try a new makeup hack from TikTok, and the results are hit or miss. Some of them work wildly well - like that instant-facelift concealer trick - while others, I discover, aren't really my thing (I'm looking at you, foundation drip). But the other day, I saw a new one that I'd never seen before: someone used eye masks to create their winged liner.

I have a copious amount of undereye masks at my disposal, so I figured why not give it a go? That bobby-pin cat-eye liner trick blew me away with how simple it was, so I was hopeful this one would be a knockout, too.

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