for the eyeballs (but not in the eyeballs)
It’s been awhile since I showed you the makeup products I’ve been using of late, so ta da, a blog post dedicated to my favourite eye makeup products. One of them will already be familiar to you (if you’ve been here with me for awhile) since it’s been my go-to for ages now, but the others are ones I have not yet talked about. So let’s get to it, shall we.
I talked about Roller Lash awhile back, but it’s still my go to mascara. There is no sense in rapping on about it again since I have a lengthy post here that you can read, but I didn’t want to leave her out since I haven’t found a mascara I like nearly as much as her since the day we became acquainted .
I’ve been using this UD smoky palette pretty much everyday since I received it as a Christmas gift. It’s a great palette for everyday wear, with a mixture of matte and shimmer shades, you need little else to take you from day to night. My fav shades are, combust (there is nearly nothing left), whiskey, high, dirtysweet, radar and thirteen. I usually mix those shades up, creating a really natural look. I prefer my shadows to be sort of neutral and not over the top, so this palette is perfect for that, but also works wonders for an intense smoky eye.
I have been using Revlon Colourstay liquid liner since I don’t even know when (actually. it’s been years). I think it was my mother that originally introduced me (and by introduced I mean, I went into her makeup drawer and used it). I will absolutely use no other liquid liner now. It’s a bit different in that it’s like a quill and ink pot rather than your regular pen design, but I find the design is what makes it the best. It gives for excellent precision and control, and you can create both a very thin or thick line, no problem. And like it purports, you rarely need to reapply once it’s on.
Have you used any of these? Tell me about your favourite eye makeup products in the comments below.