L’oreal Liquid Eyeliner Review
Hello everyone and again, welcome to my blog. Today I have decided to try out a new eyeliner and see how much I liked it in comparison to my staple eyeliner.
If you haven’t read in my previous blog post it started with pencil eyeliners that I have been using for a few years now. But I did remember using liquid eyeliners in highschool. I was always curious to find liquid eyeliner again after pausing from using them, and had a hard time finding them.
Recently I discovered the same kind of eyeliner that I used to use in highschool. It was made by Covergirl and it was called the “get in line” eyeliner, which had a base and an applicator tip that you dip into the applicator bottle.
For the last year, I have been using this eyeliner , and I loved it. The onlly thing that I did notice is that it would fade from my eyes after a few hours and I didn’t even rub my eyes and it still faded.
Also when I would rub my eye , the line that I built with the liner dissapeard , which I wasn’t to thrilled about. So I began a new challen for me to find a better eyeliner.
I just so happened to find the L’oreal Infallible liquid eyeliner, which is a liquid pen eyeliner. I now remember that there was a brief moment in the past when I tried a liquid pen eyeliner, and I didn’t like it . Plus it dried out after a few months and I vowed to never try one again.
Upon discovering the new L’oreal infallable liquid pen eyeliner, I decided to give pen eyeliners another try and really liked the design of the L’oreal pen eyeliner.
So far, I have to say that this eyeliner is a keeper! After I applied my first application, I noticed the staying power of this eyeliner. It wouldn’t budge after a few hours like my covergirl eyeliner would. That’s what I liked so far about this eyeliner.
The Covergirl eyeliner that I was using felt like a waste because it would vanish after using it and it was also around the same price of my new L’oreal eyeliner.
L’oreal also has other styles of the pen that comes with a wing liner stencil that you can use if creating a winged line at the edge of your eyes can be a challenge.
The only other thing that I found that I didn’t like about this liner is that it rubs off very easily. So if you have to rub your eyes, you can kiss that line you made goodbye. So I am still on the hunt for a better liner that would last a few rubs which I believe will be almost near impossible, but we’ll see.
I hope that you enjoyed the review and if you would like to try out this product, you can find it here.