Two New Liners To Love: Make Up For Ever Artist Liner and Rimmel London Exaggerate Eye Definer

This Fall you can get a glamorous smoky eye or a simple swipe of liner with these two new liners you’re sure to love. The new Make Up For Ever Artist Liner comes in 15 pigmented shades that deliver smooth and swift lines.
Rimmel London Exaggerate Eye Definer and Make Up For Ever Artist Liner

Rimmel London Exaggerate Eye Definer and Make Up For Ever Artist Liner

I tried out shade M10, a classic creamy black, and it glides on like a dream. It was great to get precise lines but it also was smooth enough to blend for a more dramatic look too. Let out your inner artist with these super opaque twist-up pencils!
 
For a little hint of glimmer try the Rimmel London Exaggerate Eye Definer, in shade 263 Starlit Black. This glittery liner is smooth and sparkly – perfect for a holiday party or special night out. It comes with a sponge at the end to help smudge, and has a built in sharpener. This liner is great for a quick way to spice up your usual black eyeliner look.
Swatches of Make Up For Ever Artist Liner shade M10 (left) and Rimmel London Exaggerate Eye Definer shade 263 Starlit Black (right)

Swatches of Make Up For Ever Artist Liner shade M10 (left) and Rimmel London Exaggerate Eye Definer shade 263 Starlit Black (right)

Both of these are great liners that have many uses. Try them for an everyday look or save them for a special occasion. I know I will be reaching for both very frequently this Fall! 

 

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3 comments

  1. Ah, I’m so in love with the Make up Forever pencils. I find their waterproof ones are amazing: the range is super wide, the feeling on the eyelids is very comfy and they’re really worth the price.

  2. I’m very much in love with all their blue and grey shades, but I will surely buy the black one as well, as soon as my actual one is over. Absolutely recommended pencils!

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