Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Favourite Five: Eyeliners


Due to my eyelashes being super fair and short, eyeliner for me is a must, particularly on the lower lash line to add some shape and definition to my eyes. Therefore, I have put together a post on my current five favourite eyeliners, some liquid and some pencil.
Starting with the Revolution Renaissance Flick Liquid Eyeliner (£5), which comes fancifully boxed like a luxurious pen. This rose-gold packaged liquid eyeliner has a long, fine felt-tip-type nib to it and enables you to create perfect wings and flicks. The eyeliner glides onto the skin easily and once applied I found that it didn’t budge an inch.
When I was placing my last Kylie Cosmetics order, I added the Kylie Deep Bronze Eyeliner to my basket ($10, works out at about £7) as I am in love with the quality and wear of her makeup. It is a pencil style eyeliner, and the shade is beautiful, it has a slight metallic/shimmery finish and looks amazing with my blue eyes. Even though it is a pencil, it doesn’t drag on the skin whatsoever, and the slightest touch gives immediate payoff. 
I noticed that a lot of people were raving about the NYX That’s the Point A Bit Edgy Eyeliner (£9.50), which has been shaped with a thin, sharply angled felt tip which is perfect for drawing very fine lines and even ‘lash’ style strokes. It is super easy to use and because it is so angled, you can use it in different ways to create a variation of looks.
Urban Decay have one of the best collections of pencil eyeliners I have come across, and I know they are reliable, they work well and they last on the eyes. With Summer now here, I have been loving the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in the shade Goldmine (£15.50), as it gives a lovely metallic yellow-gold finish which works wonders with blue eyes and a tan.
Due to me being quite fair-skinned and blonde-haired, on an everyday basis I don’t always want a dark black eyeline, and so I recently picked up the Bourjois Liner Pinceau Liquid Eyeliner in the shade 33 Brun Impressionniste (£6.99). The extra fine tip allows the ultimate precision and control to help you create both thick and thin accurate lines and contains a super long-lasting formula which glides effortlessly onto the skin.
All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

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