smudger


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smudger

(ˈsmʌdʒə)
n
1. a person or thing that smudges
2. (Journalism & Publishing) journalism slang a photographer
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As for Smudger returning to the club, he has said he would like to in some role in the future but I cannot speak for him and what position that may be.
Apply Eye definer Green on the lid of the eye, blend it well with smudger brush for intense finish
The result was an eclectic mix of attractions, with stalls ranging from Durham soft toy-maker Smudger & Co to new perfumery House of Scents, which is based in Eldon Gardens itself.
SPEND: NYX Gel Liner and Smudger in Samantha, PS8 (Nyxcosmetics.
Apply the liner tight to the whole of the lower lashes, blend it downwards with the smudger tip for that soft, hazy look, then repeat to build the intensity.
ColorStay Eye Liner unveils four new jewel-toned shades and it now features a new smudger and improved sharpener that make the popular eyeliner more versatile than ever.
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They both have a smudger too to soften any harsh finish.
And the list of equipment is short: a very fine point micron pen, a #2 pencil (no eraser needed), a smudger, paper and a surface to draw on.
The only problem was that Smudger [Raith assistant boss Paul Smith] had already laid out cones for their pre-match routine.
Described as "the ultimate tool to intensify and amplify your eyes all day or all night long," Quickliner for eyes Intense pencil glides on to help create precise, color-saturated definition while a unique smudger tip allows lines to be softened for a more smoky look when desired.