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Want Ariana Grande’s perfect eyeliner flick? You just need... a pizza cutter!

Hear us out on this one...

Anna Johnstone

Our two favourite things (except maybe royal weddings and Strictly Come Dancing) are make-up tips and pizza. Ok, well maybe not our absolute favourites - but they’re definitely up there. Ariana Grande has always nailed the perfect eyeliner wing (and ponytail, but we’re still waiting for that secret), and we’ve been desperate to work out how to recreate it ourselves. Turns out, it’s all down to a pizza cutter. But before you call Health and Safety, this cutter is definitely safe for your make-up bag, we promise.

Sadly, you can't use the product to cut your pizza

Ariana’s signature look may look far too polished for our usual make-up routine in front of the bathroom mirror - or even more likely, the train on the way to work - but her make-up artist has spilled the beans. Ashley K Holm explains in an interview with Refinery29 that she nails the cat-eye by using Nudestix Rock N’ Roller Eyeliner Ink, which is also a go-to favourite of the Kardashians. This eyeliner comes with a ‘pizza cutter’ applicator, which rolls along your lids instead of dragging a normal pen with your wobbly hand. We are intrigued...

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And how do you get the perfect wing every time? Holm explains: "Use an angled eyeliner brush to extend the wing, and make sure the wing is angled upward towards the tail end of your eyebrows to lift the eyes up." We still think that’s easier said than done - but we’ll definitely be trying it out this weekend. Because we still think we may need a *little* practise before we can trust a full cat-eye in our morning routine.

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