Those of you don’t follow me on Twitter or Instagram won’t have seen my pictures of this amazing eye liner in action. I’m absolutely in love with this product and would truly wear it every day if I could!
It’s available in a wide variety of colour options and has great colour pay-off. My favourite shade so far is the gold as it really helps bring out the green of my eyes and works very well with a lot of other colours. Silver is coming in as another favourite for similar reasons.
Here are two different applications I have posted on Instagram of the ‘champagne’ & ‘gold’ colourways, I really wish I had bothered to put some falsies on:
Applied here in ‘Champagne’ along with MAC Fluidline in ‘Macroviolet’, Barry M Dazzle Dust in the inner corner and on the brow bone with a soft wash of taupe shadow from one of my MUR palettes.
Applied here in ‘Gold’ along with NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner, Tarte eyeshadows and Benefit They’re Real! mascara.
The product is very long-wearing and stays put all day, I haven’t experienced any flaking or cracking of the product in the several times I’ve worn it all day and have been able to remove the glitter safely and easily with eye make-up remover and pads.
I have’t experienced any irritation at all from this product but I know others have so I recommend trying one shade first to try out rather than going nuts and buying them all straight away! As ever it’s important to very careful with all glitter products around the eyes, ensure that the product is fully adhered and remove carefully so as not to push any particles of plastic into the eye where they could cause damage however small they are.
In comparison to the other glitter liners I’ve tried these have to be the best. They come in the widest range of shades, have better colour pay-off and you can layer them up if you do need more product. They outperform the high-end Urban Decay version and make the super cheap Collection version look like children’s make-up.
Are you following me on Instagram? Let me know in the comments if you’d like me to post up a tutorial for the liner shown in the photos.