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Frequent Contributor
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Registered: ‎10-21-2010

Is there anyway to sharpen these? I like to use them to line my lids but they have become to "fat" on top to do this? Any suggestions

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

The smudge sticks I have twist up...

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I've wondered this, also bunk, and the reason I never bought one. It looks like they're meant to smudge and that's all.

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Registered: ‎03-22-2010

The Skinn Smudge Sticks DO roll up, and I use them for lining and inner rim. This is not meant to be a fine liner though. Skinn offers those as well.Smile

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

You can also get a paper towel / tissue and 'roll' the tip on it until it becomes a little more pointed.

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On 3/15/2015 gokat said:

The Skinn Smudge Sticks DO roll up, and I use them for lining and inner rim. This is not meant to be a fine liner though. Skinn offers those as well.Smile

I agree with Gokat! These liners are not meant for sharp cat eye lining...I did get some of his liners that are for that purpose (LOVE!) but smudge sticks are awesome for inner tear/tight lining inside upper lid and for using brush to smudge into shadow on lid! I have every color he makes except Cleopatra black and I will get that one when I find it LOL {#emotions_dlg.laugh}

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I actually DO sharpen my smudge sticks. I roll it up and stick it in a regular eyeliner pencil sharpener, and twist gently. I get a nice, finer tip that I prefer. Hope that helps!
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Ditto Lovemakeup