KANEBO Kate Super Sharp liner EX2.0 BK-1 Black 1pc
Extra-fine liquid eyeliner equipped with Pentel's jointly developed "spinning technology brush". Pentel's original fibers
, which are elaborately processed to the tip of each fiber as if spinning a thread, realizes
a soft and
flowing drawing feeling and a fine line like a thread.
◇ Nonagonal cutting shape: The good grip that fits your fingertips
prevents camera shake and stabilizes the line.
◇ A film type that does not easily come off and bleed.
[How to use]
○ There is a stainless steel ball in the container and it makes a clicking sound, but
please use it without shaking.
Please note that the inside of the cap and clothes may be soiled due to liquid leakage due to strong shaking or impact such as dropping .
Do not use on an airplane as it may cause liquid leakage .
○ Carefully open and close the cap so that the brush tip is not damaged.
○ After use, close the cap properly until you hear a click.
If you leave it with the cap removed, the brush will dry out and you will not be able to draw.
○ If you start using the product or the color
appears light, turn the brush tip sideways for a while and check the color appearance before using.
○ If the brush dries, or if milky lotion or other cosmetics adhere to
the brush and it is difficult for the liquid to come out, wipe the tip of the brush with tissue paper.
○ When dropping, soak in hot water at around 40 ° C.
If it is difficult to remove, use a makeup remover.
Water, BG, (styrene / acrylates) copolymer Ammonium, ethanol, PVP, diethylhexyl sulfosuccinate, citric acid, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, (+/-) carbon black
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