These Sephora x Stabilo Eyeliners Are Perfect For 'Winged Liner' Beginners

They come in the shape of *mini* highlighters!
by Cheska Santiago for Cosmo.ph   |  Jun 19, 2020
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If you're a big stationery and makeup junkie, we have some exciting news for you. Sephora recently collaborated with Stabilo (yes, the brand responsible for your ~colorful~ college notes) to create cute eyeliners in the shape of mini highlighters!

With this baby, a messy winged eyeliner application will be a thing of the past. Its tapered tip can create thin and thick lines with ease (just like the OG Stabilo highlighters!), so you can create the perfect graphic liner lewk of your dreams. It currently comes in four shades: Ink Splash (black), Back To School (gray), Summer Holiday (blue), and Chocolate Break (brown).

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The Sephora x Stabilo eyeliners are available at P700 via the sephora.ph website.* 

Here's a closer look before you go:

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*updated as of January 15, 2021

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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