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Lightbulb The Vamp Stamp Promises To Help The Partially Disabled Do Cat Eye Eyeliner

from allure.com:
The Vamp Stamp Is Here to Help You Nail the Cat Eye
By Elizabeth Denton
October 20, 2016
Some people use tape, others create a triangle and fill it in like a little diagram. The cat-eye struggles are really, really real. Well, the Vamp Stamp is now here to help you get a clean, even line on both eyes, at that perfect angle that's so hard to do perfectly when you're not a makeup artist. Well, the Vamp Stamp isn't here yet, but based on some Instagram stalking we've done, we're really excited to try it. The tool is literally a stamp that helps you create a perfectly even cat eye every time. If this little beauty tool does what it says it does (and it seems like that's the case so far), it's going to be a game changer.
We haven't tried it out yet, but we're banking on this being the kind of tool we can't believe we've lived without. That's because it's the brainchild of Veronica Lorenz, cocreator of theBeautyblender Original makeup sponge
. And we know how life-changing that sponge is. A spokesperson for the Vamp Stamp tells us that Lorenz's inspiration for the tool wasn't just her signature winged eyeliner but really the fact that she was diagnosed with a benign tumor on her spinal cord and lost partial use of her hands. She created a product that would allow her to continue working as a TV and film makeup artist. With the launch of this tool, people with physical handicaps can easily get that crisp cat-eye look much easier.

All you have to do is dip the stamp into an eyeliner pot (a cream one would work best). Then you line it up to the outer corner of your eye and choose what angle you want your cat eye to be. Some people like a subtle cat eye and others want that supersharp angle–it's up to you. Then you just stamp. It really looks that easy. See for yourself:

Make Your Eyes Pop With Bright Liner:

To get the full cat-eye effect, you'll have to go in with regular eyeliner and line your upper lash line with the same color you used for the stamp—usually black. But it's pretty much worth it to have the angle so precise without having to bust out the Scotch tape. Watch as other women get their perfect vintage cat-eye look in literally ten seconds.
We'll be trying out this exciting tool soon and will report back. The brand tells us that it's rushing production to get these babies out ASAP but are projecting a January launch. We're really, really hoping it lives up to the hype.
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