Can you guess how many photos I clicked for this post? Hint: on average I click 30 photos per post. But this one has 3 products to be shown individually + collectively + eye swatches = ? So the answer is not 30*3 but 30*10=300! By last night I came down to shortlisting only 70 and by afternoon I had selected the 11 exclusive photos to be published on blog. Talk about hard work! This was for all those who think beauty bloggers have the most easiest jobs in the world. Hello! So what if we love makeup? So what if we love playing with makeup? So what if we have developed an interest in photography through makeup? It’s still hard work! Okay time to show my yesterday’s ‘hard work‘.
L’Oreal Paris Claims: Superliner is a liquid eyeliner in a special sponge tipped pen for the creation of fine lines or thick, sultry flicks. Colour is applied with precision and ease.
Black Diamond (Brown Eyes) is a black with silver shimmer in it which looks amazing on brown eyes. A night time party black!
The Super Liner Luminizers come with a long handle and sponge felt tip brush. I’ve used felt tips before but this one is different, its flexible, pointed and spongy! The tip is really easy to work with and specially for those who shy away from liquid liners since you end up with different shapes all the time. (In my latest ongoing BB cream giveaway, I have asked you to name a makeup product that you hate and almost 60% of the girls are saying ‘liquid eye liners’!) The long handle gives a better control and the application is easy. Believe me I’ve just recently left the Hate-Liquid-Liners-Till-I-Die club.
The pigmentation varies from liner to liner. While Dark Sapphire is the most rich and pigmented out of the three, Black Diamond is a bit watery in application and needs more layering. The liners stay on for 7+ hours without smudging. The liners are water-resistant meaning they won’t smear when you splash your face with water but some rubbing and soap can take them out. So until you are not going to wash the utensils with your eyes, its all good. And when you make mistakes, you can easily dip a Q-tip in a makeup remover and correct the mistakes without leaving any harsh lines.
The only gripe I’ve with these liners that you have to layer them atleast 2-3 times for a better finish. Shake off well before using to get a more concentrated formula. And yes they are expensive!