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Hey everyone ! I’m back with a new voxbox ! This time from Revlon , and it looks like the theme here is eyes ! I was lucky enough to be sent the wine purple shade. I was also excited to see it’s a very thin liner , so probably perfect for graphic designs. Now even though I have both products featured in the same pictures , I would like to seperate the reviews. So let’s check out the liner.
I could not get a nice bright picture for whatver reason. The tube just looked black or brown , but it’s definitely wine.
Sadly the consistency is a bit watery and runny. You can shake it up and that makes the color a bit more solid. But this may be a deal breaker for some who really dislike runny slightly clear liners. Also it’s not really water proof , as this washed off my hand really easy.
And here it is on the eyes . I wanted to try a sort of Raincornelius style look. It’s not quite as good or sharp as her looks , but this was nice practice. I do like the color and the fact that this liner has a bit of a sheen to it . But it has a bit of a bleeding problem , and while you can get nice lines, they bleed .It’s really a shame too cause I like this color . I thought it went well with lighter pastel shades I used (Too Faced Papaya mattes and Juvia’s Place Royal Nubian mattes.)
And here’s how it looks from further away. I will probably still use this , but it looks a bit more sloppy for graphic liner looks . i do think it would be a good beginner liner , if you wanted to experiment with drawing designs , or just wanted to try a nice wine colored liner. Well let me know what you all think. What are some of your favorite liquid liners ? Any cool color suggestions?imPRESS – New Holiday Nails Have Arrived Get 10% Off INSTANTLY + Free Samples With Purchase Shop Now