Make Up For Ever Artist Liner Review

Last eyeliner you’ll ever need

My love for Make Up For Ever continues with their new Artist Liner. It features 15 shades in 5 different finishes (just like the Artist Shadows found here): matte, metallic, iridescent, diamond and satin. It’s super-slim, twist up, ultra-glide eye pencil provides precise application without the hassle of ever having to sharpen your pencil again. Its creamy formula provides vivid colour that’s incredibly easy to apply. Simply glide it across the lash line for true opaque colour in one easy swipe. It sets within seconds, but offers enough time to smudge it out for a smoky effect. It is highly pigmented and offers intense colour payoff, along with effortless application for long-lasting definition. Once set, it doesn’t crease, smudge or budge throughout the day and its extreme, bold colour stays put for a solid 12 hours.Make Up For Ever,  Artist Liner, eyeliner, black eye liner, Make Up For Ever Artist Liner Review Make Up For Ever Artist Liner Review, eye liner, make up for ever eye liner, black lines

This Make Up For Ever Artist Liner truly is a game changer. I’m pretty sure it could withstand a hurricane and still look flawless. It’s indestructible, long wearing, waterproof, sweat proof and smudge proof. Even on the lower lash line and waterline, it lasted throughout the day without smudging or fading. Although I love its twist-up design, it doesn’t retract. If you’re not careful, you could twist-up too much, resulting in broken pieces and wasted product. Its ultra- creamy texture glides on wonderfully without pulling or tugging on the lash line. If you’re looking for a truly black, long lasting eyeliner, this is the pencil for you. It retails for $23.Make Up For Ever Artist Liner (3) Make Up For Ever Artist Liner (4)

 

5 Comments

  1. Omg I need to try this. I have trouble finding a liner that will stay on my waterline all day.

    • The waterline is tricky, so many “claim” to stay put, but never do- these will actually last

  2. I need to try these sometime. Like that they stay on the waterline but don’t like the idea of not being able to retract if I end up getting too much liner!

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