I'm back with a very graphical look using a new product in my make up collection: the Super Colour Eyeliner number 103 in colour Dark Brown by Kiko.
Here the result in combination with the violet mascara:
I bought this eyeliner because, after the very good experience with the golden one (see this look for example), I just wanted to try a brown eyeliner; black it's too much stronger for me, and I think that on me dark eyeliners are terrible!
As you can see in the photo, the dark brown eyeliner in reality is black, even though, when I swatched the product in the shop, with the lights in the shop, the eyeliner was really dark brown!
In the photos above, the light I'm "using" is the natural light of the Sun and this is how it seems in reality this colour.
So, if you're searching for a brown eyeliner of the same brand, I suggest you the bronze one.
What about the quality of this eyeliner?
The one I bought is clumpy! I don't know if this is only a problem of the one I've bought or the problem is related to colour and the pigments used.
The final result is shiny on the lid, as Kiko said on the package.
I've to say that I would have preferred a matte/opaque final result, but this is a matter of taste!
The brush is comfortable like the gold one.
Finally, it is not easy to apply uniformly even after many coats!
Definitively, this is the first and last time that I'll buy such colour!
EYESHADOWS: no one;
EYELINER: the one I'm talking about until now! ;
MASCARA: Pupa Vamp! Violet Fluo;
Now, I'd really like to talk you about this last phenomenal product,
the Advanced Eye Fix Primer by Elizabeth Arden, that I'm mentioning since I opened this blog (and before!)!
So, what to say?
1. Easy to apply and blend.
2. You just need a very little quantity for a great result > so the product resist a lot.
3. On me has never cause any problem on my eyes, and I have very delicate eyes.
4. It resists all the day long and for me is the best primer ever tested.
What Elizabeth Arden said: Effective, ingenious Eye-Fix works as an invisible shield between eyelids and eyecolor, so shadows, liner and powders stay put, stay fresh and color-true longer. Helps control creasing, streaking and fading. Makeup goes on more easily, blends smoothly. Dermatologist, allergy and clinically tested.
What I say: It is not true that this base is invisible! It mattifies and uniforms the eyelid very well and as you can see below it is not invisible.
It surely helps to blend well the eyeshadow and preserves the colour until the end of the day.
Here the photos:
OOOkkk! Finally we're arrived at the end of this post, a review in a review!
Thanks for the patience,
for reading till the end!
Have you ever tried these products?
If so, what's your opinion?
Let me know!!!
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