Tuesday, 7 August 2012

My New Beauty Essential that’s less than £3

This must be the cheapest item in my collection, yet it’s one of the best. I’ve never used this type of liner before, but I tested Topshop's felt liner last time I was in there and quite liked it. I planned to buy it, but then I came across the Collection 2000 Extreme Felt Liner. Given its tiny price tag I thought I’d give it a whirl.
I’m happy to say I was not disappointed. It’s so precise and easy to use. It’s jet black, smudge-proof, bleed-proof, fast drying and super long lasting. I normally use gel liners, which I adore, but this is great if you want a slick, thin line and it’s very good for creating a flick. Starting at the inner corner I traced it very closely along the lash line. I then went back and thickened it up a little with sweeping strokes. If you want a thicker line, just press harder. I found it a lot easier to use than traditional liquid liners, but not quite as easy as gel liners. It does require a steady hand and because the line is so thin, the tiniest mistake shows up, but practice makes perfect.
It’s a great find, a definite summer staple. Collection 2000 Extreme Felt Liner £2.99 Boots, Superdrug and supermarkets nationwide.
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6 comments:

  1. Ahh, thank you for this! I've been looking for a decent felt liner for ages and this one looks tons better than the Barry M Wink one that I used to use! x

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    1. Haven't tried the Barry m one but this one is fab! Such a bargain x

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  2. I like felt liners, but haven't found a good one. This looks promising!

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  3. this is my favorite liner I always use it on my brides

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  4. Perfect for "eyeliner beginner", defo going to get it and especially for that price tag I don't think you can go wrong=)))

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