Hi friends everywhere! :-h The next post is about a trendy new eyeliner from a popular Australian cosmetic company. I was sent this product from Tammerly to trial and review for her lifestyle, fashion and beauty blog Spoilt. Read on to find out about my experience. \:D/
The innovative Australis Curve Ink Eyeliner is an ergonomically shaped liquid eyeliner for ease of use, precise application and most of all for maximum comfort. Ideal for both left and right handed folk, its paraben and formaldehyde-free, claims to be water-resistant, fast-drying and smudge-proof. :)
I received the Australis Curve Ink Eyeliner attached to a fold-out cardboard that includes product information, including features, benefits, availability and an instructional guide to achieve the trendy cat-eyed look. The 9gm plastic packaging is black and bright pink, reflective of the Australis brand, which presents as modern and chic. B-) The applicator has a curved handle that fits comfortably in my hand and boasts a grip zone to place my fingers on to ensure the ultimate in control. =D>
The Australis Curve Ink Eyeliner has an ultra-fine, pointy, felt pen-style tip is firm and easy to apply. The fluid-like formulation is not as runny as most liquid liners and therefore glides on smoothly and dries almost instantly without running or feathering and stays put for hours before it starts gradually fading into more of a grey shade. The colour is a very intense black and I only needed the one coat to achieve a thin solid line, but it also layers well if I want to create a thicker, more defined line. I am pretty sure black is the only shade that it comes in at this stage, but I would definitely be keen to see it available in a greater selection of colours further down the track. ;) The only downfall in these felt tipped liners is they do dry out faster than other liquid liners, but considering this product is available in Priceline, or via Australis Cosmetics online for just $14.95, it’s affordable to replace when needed.
|The packaging, including how-to guide.|
I am a bit awkward when it comes to applying liquid eyeliner, #-o so normally opt for the pencil varieties; however I highly recommend the Australis Curve Ink Eyeliner to those who have difficulty using regular liquid liners, or particularly if you’re a beginner. The applicator shape allows my hand to keep steady and the finely tapered, pointy tip makes drawing straight lines easier than ever. #:-S I like how fast the formula sets, which is so handy during the warmer months when all my makeup wants to slide off and head south just as quickly as I apply it. :-O However, in this case, once it’s in place it doesn’t budge, even in the humidity, thanks to the water-resistant factor that even prevents smudging. <:-P My eyeliner is still in place at the end of the day, despite fading somewhat, and yet it comes off effortlessly with my cleansing oil or makeup remover. If you want to get the hang of recreating the ‘purr-fect’ fool-proof, feline eye look, then this is one liner you will want to try. ;;)
Tip – Use a cotton tip dipped in cleansing oil to make corrections.
Have you tried this eyeliner yet? :-/ Do you like the felt-pen style eyeliners, or do you prefer a different type of liner? :-? If you're worried about using liquid liners this might be a good way to learn. Interested or.....please comment below with your opinion.
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