eyeliner

[ahy-lahy-ner]
noun
a cosmetic for the eyelids, usually applied in a thin line close to the lashes to accentuate the eyes.

Origin:
1955–60; eye + liner1

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eyeliner (ˈaɪˌlaɪnə)
 
n
a cosmetic used to outline the eyes

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Example sentences
Nothing is more frustrating than an eyeliner that seems to disappear an hour
  after its application.
He went so heavy on eyeliner and eye shadow that he himself laughs when he sees
  the movie today.
Her people pluck out their eyelashes, burn color pencils for eyeliner, search
  the bushes for cigarette butts.
Ample eyeliner and hair extensions were added to give him more of a roguish
  appearance.
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