Even though I have more or less sworn off using pencil type liners (retractable ones included), I get tempted to try eyeliner after eyeliner, hoping for the one that I could happily use without worrying about it rubbing off my eyes or melting off my face ;) So naturally, when I saw key words like 24 hour wear from Maybelline's Master Drama eyeliner, I was like... whaa? o_o
Shade: Coal Commander
Retractable applicator. It's very faulty though! Once I twisted mine out, you can't twist it back in. I suppose you wouldn't have to if you're only pushing out what you need but for testing purposes, I was disappointed.
The eyeliner is really creamy, very opaque and intense. The product itself was not long lasting; I mean, the bar was set pretty high at 24 hour wear however it surpasses a work day, at 8 hours. If you look closely enough, there are micro glitters in it as well, which I hadn't expected and I am neither yay or nay as of right now.
The color is quite dramatic and the texture is so much like a kohl liner. I did the 'invisible eyeliner' trick and lined my upper waterline and used a bit on my eyelid and smudged it out. Before I smudged it, it looked way too dramatic for work!
I liked the eyeliner and will continue using it for its ease. I wasn't crazy impressed with it but it was better than the ones I've tried in the past (ie Covergirl Perfect Point). It darkened my lash area and gave my upper eye lids some definition.
Here's the rest of the makeup I used for the day ;)
Dermablend Cover Cream in Rosy Beige as a concealer for my under eyes, blemishes and freckles. I have to do a review on this cream! It's incredible! I have never used anything quite like it. As in never. This cover cream is miraculous in all its pot form. I also Chanel bronzer in Brume D'Or, a coral Shu Umera lipstick, and Maybelline Master Drama eyeliner.
Not pictured: Maybelline mascara and Anastasia brow powder.
Also, I wanted to share with you gals a top I found while thrifting a few months ago! It was around or under $3.00. I'm in love with the ruffly white flowers.
If I had more time for thrifting I would dedicate hours to it. Unfortunately, it takes a lot of patience and a good eye, which I am not always good at. I have a lot patience but I can't take a piece of fabric and turn it into something amazing. Oh how i wish I were crafty o_o
...More posts to come! And welcome to my new subscribers! *waves* ;)
What is your preference: gel eye liners, pencil or liquid liners?