I Heart Makeup All Day and Night Eyeliner Review | Makeup Revolution
29 September 2014
I have been thinking about investing in multiple eyeliners as I seem to find flaws with a lot, either the colours fade away, or they seem to crack during the day, depending on the formula. I've had a love-hate relationship with pencil type liners as they don't tend to have a strong colour, unless they're expensive.
Makeup Revolution surprised me one morning with this cute little bundle of I Heart Makeup All Day and Night Eyeliners* in 6 gorgeous shades. The first thing I noticed was that there was a black and then 5 other colours. I'll admit, I'm not the most daring female out there and don't tend to go for bright eyes, I'm a smokey eye and bright lip kinda gal.
The shades from top to bottom:
Channeling My Inner
The Last Laugh
Stars Come Out
One Sin Too Many?
The formula is creamy and smooth to apply. My favourite is Stars Come Out, it's a black-ish shade with subtle blue glitter and I can see how it could compliment everyone who wears it. It's one of those super-wearable shades; moving itself into my everyday section of makeup!
As for lasting power, obviously the darker shades are going to stand out the most and last longer, being a lasting eyeliner too, but at the end of the day, the green faded into a nice hint of colour, which I didn't mind at all, same for the gold too.
The one liner I've not worn the most is Channeling My Inner, the brown shade. I seem to be one of those people who seem to wear black eyeliner, maybe the odd pop of colour, but never wearing neutral shades. I do use my Naked 3 palette a lot, but most of them are subtle pink shades. I can't remember the last time I wore brown makeup, if I ever have. I will make it my mission to try to make myself try these types of shades at least.
Although the eyeliners didn't last all day long, that being possibly as I have oily eyelids sometimes, it did last really well considering. The gold also looks really nice all over your lids, as the soft texture makes it easy to blend in.
I have a little bit of a love affair with Makeup Revolution, so no doubt you'll see more reviews soon!