PRODUCT REVIEW | Lorac Front of the Liner PRO Liquid Eyeliner

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a huuuge fan of liquid liner….15+ years and counting!! Liquid is simply reliable. We’re talking budgeproof, smudgeproof and long-lasting even on the most challenging oily lids (guilty as charged).  I’ve used L’oreal’s Lineur Intense since before I actually knew how to apply it properly, and it’s been my go-to staple ever since….and now thanks to one of my awesome brides (Anne!), I have this gem of a liner, Lorac’s Front of the Line Pro, to help ease my beauty routine!

Lorac’s Front of the Line Pro is THE finest-tipped liner I have come across.  We’re talking tattoo-needle like precision with ease. Those with unsteady hands need not fear, the pen-style applicator is very user-friendly – it never distributes too much product, so the chances of a smudging mishap are controlled.

With Front of the Line Pro, you can create super fine lines using a light hand, or gorgeous bold lines by applying with more intensity.  For those who don’t like the harsh look of liquid, the fine tip also works beautifully for adding definition to the lashes:  just hold the tip in an upward position and dot between your lashes for a full lash effect.  For ladies on the go, Front of the Line Pro is a great option for those quick last minute make-up-in-the-car tricks…but I’d still advise doing it while the vehicle isn’t moving!  :)

Lorac’s Front of the Line Pro liner is perfect for beginners and pros!  Definite kit essential.  It retails for about $30 CAD and is available at Sephora stores in Canada.

Welcome to my journal and journey as a make-up and hair artist with all the beautiful people and products I encounter along the way.


  • November 28, 2010


    Because of you, I am 3 years strong with liquid liner and will never go back to anything else!! :)

  • November 28, 2010

    rhia amio, make-up artist

    lol! ♥ your comment + you! the years are approaching where i should start weaning myself off the liquid (liner that is)…it’s just so tough to find a just-as-reliable alternative!

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