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Scary New Eyeliner


For most of the time that I have been into makeup, I have been a one eyeliner kind of gal. From the time I learnt how to apply eyeliner I have stuck to, not only the same brand, but also the exact same product. Maybe I'm the only one but I have problems with eyeliner. I find it so hard to apply and, if I'm doing a cat eye I have to use so much time and effort. 


I picked up this Rimmel Scandaleyes Precision Micro Eyeliner for a £1 out of my local Poundstore, thinking I'm not exactly losing a lot of it doesn't work for me. Being a felt tip eyeliner, it was a far cry from my usual liner brush tip applicator that comes with my number one Rimmel Glam Eyes Liquid Liner. The pen was easy to hold and, surprisingly apply! I found that dragging the pen as close to my eyelashes as possible, at a forty-five degree angle and in small strokes, was the best application. From there I was able to build the eyeliner up into my usual thick cat eye finish.


The eyeliner is very pigmented for what I expected out of a felt tip eyeliner. The black shade is strong and not patch in the slightest. The only major fault with this eyeliner is that on the packaging it clearly states: waterproof. It took me mere seconds to wash this off. There was no resistance whatsoever; no residue was left behind.


While it turned out to be better than I thought it was, I was a bit peeved that it was not as waterproof as it said. I still think I enjoy the Rimmel Glam Eyes compared to the Rimmel Scandaleyes Precision Micro Eyeliner. 

What is your experience with felt tip eyeliners; love them or hate them?

Louise x x



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