Sharpening your wooden pencils helps you to apply a more accurate line and keep them hygienic. This dual sharpener is made for all Logona wooden cosmetic pencils and contains a cleaning rod and a practical cap.
Your eyeliner pencils and lip liner pencils are very important parts of your beauty routine, but it is often easy to neglect them and leave them in the bottom of your purse or rolling around on the dresser. In order to properly care for your eyeliner pencils and brushes you should keep them sharpened regularly.
Dull eyeliner and lip liner pencils are difficult to use, unhygienic and they can hurt the skin with their ragged edges. They can also create a sloppy and smudged line which is not very attractive. When your pencils are freshly sharpened with a sharpener that is regularly cleaned, you will be able to get a healthy and hygienic line which is fine and accurate.
It is also important to sterilize your pencil sharpener often so that it does not harbor bacteria. You can use hydrogen peroxide applied to a cotton ball or a swab and swipe it carefully across the blade inside the sharpener.
How to Use
When you sharpen the pencil, make sure you turn it at least one full cycle to ensure that you will have completely fresh eyeliner. Afterwards, smudge the tip slightly on the back of your hand for a while just to make sure that it is not too sharp, as a sharp tip can be dangerous when using next to your eye.
Try placing your eye liner and lip liner pencils in the freezer for a few minutes before sharpening them so that you can prevent the tip from breaking. At room temperature cosmetic pencils are usually soft for easily application so cooling them down will help them to solidify for better sharpening.
Remove your makeup at the end of the day with a gentle makeup remover which will be easy on your skin. Our Logona Rich Cleansing Milk will pamper your skin with natural ingredients and leave it supple and moisturized.