Sunday, February 13, 2011

How Do You Wear An Eyeliner?

Hello Ladies,

Happy Sunday! I finally got some break from school. I got way too much work this week and I don't think I'll get to celebrate the Valentine's Day the way I would want it. I can't escape to anywhere special since work and school have officially taken over my life!

Well, enough of that. I am actually getting ready to go somewhere, so I might as well post this image!
I am sure everyone has her own style in lining their gorgeous eyes. :) This is my style and I am using NYC Liquid Eyeliner in Pearlized Black, and Sonia Kashuk Demi Lash Set (Half Lashes). I normally "wing it" at the end to get that slight cat-eye look.

Review: NYC Liquid Eyeliner in Pearlized Black

Well, I find this one is quite different than the old packaging. Old style was horrible. It was messy and runny. This is supposed to be an improved version of the old one, which has met my expectation. The price is less than $5; I am pretty sure it is around $2.50 or $3, but I can't remember. :) The price is great and the staying power is even greater. YAY. This time, the liquid runs smooth, not runny and very black! I am very picky when it comes to eyeliner. It has nothing to do with prices and brands. Mostly about staying power, the intensity of the color and its consistency. Those 3 are what I am looking for in an eyeliner. If the product has all that, then I am good. :) NYC Liquid Eyeliner is now my go to product. You guys should try it!

Review: Sonia Kashuk Demi Lash Set with Glue

First of all, the glue that comes with the lashes can't replace my Duo Eyelash Adhesive that I have been using for the past 5 years! Yes, it does a descent job at keeping the false lash sticks to my lid/lashes, and it does keep my false lashes on for at least 4-5 hours ( I guess because I have oily lids?). But, I want the whole day to night kinda glue, and Duo is great for that.  I'd say this is my "after hour" glue since it's so tiny, and you can just throw it into your makeup bag and apply the lash after work right before you hit the bar with the girls. :)

Now the lashes are great. It might not be "natural" like Ardell / MAC lashes, but it's not too bad at all. They don't feel heavy on the lid and don't look plastic at all. I am actually quite happy with this brand. A little bit expensive that Ardell or Andrea. I paid about $5.50 at Target. Overall, I am satisfied with the product. The casing is very convenient. The best part is that you can use this lashes again and again and again since it's not made from natural hair. :)


♥♥ Rinz

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