Item# USMasterLinerShadow

Liner Shadow

Loose Powder Eyeshadow Liner


Installments by available on orders $35 - $1000

Our bareMinerals® Liner Shadow is an innovative, versatile alternative to traditional eyeliner for defined lines and intense, smoky looks. Read more

Size: Small (0.28 g / 0.01 Oz.)

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Additional Information

What it is:

Get ready to rethink eyeliner: our highly-pigmented loose mineral eyeliner is rendered in beautifully rich shades, with a versatile formula that will allow you to play with soft, smoky shading or dramatic fine lines.

Why you’ll love it:

*Formula allows for velvety smooth application that's smudge resistant, without pulling or tugging of the eye area *None of our products are tested on animals

Our team suggests:

Sweep it on dry for soft, smoky shading, or wear it wet for a dramatic, fine line. Suggested usage: Prep lids with our Prime Time® Eyelid Primer for extra smooth application.

What’s inside:

Iron Oxides (CI 77499, CI 77491), Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Ferric Ferrocyanide (CI 77510)



  • I prefer the coffee bean liner. Is it coming back? The other color options are out of stock except the black emerald. Are all of the powder eyeliners being discontinued?

    Asked by: Dusty
    Hello Dusty, Our liner in shade Coffee Bean is unfortunately no longer available. We will be updating our site if the shades listed return to stock.
    Answered by: BECustomerService
    Date published: 2017-06-26

    Has there been any word about the color Drangonfly eyeliner shadow being returned?  My favorite.  Thanks, Dianna

    Asked by: jhartal
    Hello jhartal, We thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have plans to continue shade Dragonfly.
    Answered by: BECustomerService
    Date published: 2017-05-16

    Please bring back coffee brown!

    Asked by: Marilyns
    Hello Marilyns, We thank you for your feedback and will be sure to forward it to the appropriate department.
    Answered by: BECustomerService
    Date published: 2017-05-10

    Can this be used on the waterline or for tight lining?

    Asked by: cjsinny
    Hello cjsinny, We do not recommend using this in your water line. This would be suitable for eyelid, upper lash line, or lower lash lines.
    Answered by: BECustomerService
    Date published: 2017-04-11

    Does this eyeliner come with a brush?

    Asked by: smein
    Hello smein, This product does not include a brush.
    Answered by: BECustomerService
    Date published: 2017-03-06

    What is the difference between using liner shadows and the regular eyeshadows as eye liners?

    Besides colors, I was wondering if there was any difference between the two products when used as eyeliner (with water added). Obviously the colors are different, but with the regular eyeshadow products, you get 2X the amount for the same price as the liner shadows. Are the liner shadows longer lasting/less flaky? Or is there no true difference besides color and amount?
    Asked by: MsNat
    BIG difference between liners and shadows. The liners have a much higher ratio of pigment to carrier. Most of the shadows are not sufficiently dense in pigment to work as liners.
    Answered by: 10yearsYounger
    Date published: 2016-06-07

    I'm looking for one that's a little lighter brown and doesn't have alot of shimmer or glimmer like the Bark liner I have?

    Coffee Bean looks like it doesn't have glimmer in it but it looks very close to Bark color. I would like something a little more light brownish. Not sure if liners are finer in texture than shadows cause I could get a shadow to use as a liner I guess. Does anyone know?
    Asked by: onthetrack5
    Tigers Eye is lighter than Bark, but has a lot of glimmer. Firefly is even lighter, but again, has a lot of glimmer. Coffee Bean does NOT have glimmer. I don't own Bark yet. As far as I can tell, the difference between the liners and the shadows is the ratio of pigment to carrier. If you put a touch of powder onto a brush, and wipe it across the back of your hand, and see a sheer color, then your powder does not have enough pigment to be used as a liner. I do use two "shadows" as liners.
    Answered by: 10yearsYounger
    Date published: 2016-06-07

    How do I keep this eyeliner from transferring to my upper lid/outer corners?

    I love that these eyeliners last forever. And I can make a really thin tight line and then wing it out in a really precise cat eye. However, I find that after a while, the color from the eyeliner is transferring to my upper lid and outer corner of my eye. I have been applying this with a wet brush and still, it transfers. Any ideas? Primer? Can I use Prime Time on my eyes, too? Would that help? Do tell.
    Asked by: erinshelly
    You might try moisturizer at night, then primer, with powder on top. The eyeliners are more prone to transfer if they touch moist skin. By having powder as the top layer of your eyes, the surface will be dry. A good primer will retain the night's moisture.
    Answered by: 10yearsYounger
    Date published: 2016-06-07
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