I’m sure you’re not surprised to see another Rimmel product in my favourites for this month, and to be honest I couldn’t help myself from including this one.
Let me get this straight- I never got on with eye liner. I didn’t ever use it, it wasn’t a thing which I could apply and work. I struggled to apply it, it smudged and looked blotchy. However, I started to get used to it and use it. I’d been using it every now and again for about 6 months before I discovered this product. It’s amazing, it really is. It’s so easy to apply and it adapts to what you want to do.
If you want a thin line you can draw it, as you can with a thick winged line. What I also like is the texture of the actual formula; it’s soft enough to sit on your eyelid happily with a pretty look but it’s not so soft that it smudges and breaks.
It’s really not that expensive, approximately between £3 and £4 so if you’re a heavy eyeliner user I’d really recommend it has second eyeliner or one for your handbag. Alternatively, if you’re a not-so-often eyeliner user, why not pick it up for one for your collection to use every now and again?
I believe they’re a thing you’ve just got to have in your collection and with fantastic value products like the Rimmel London Special Eyes Pencil.
Have you ever considered permanent eyeliner?
If you are someone who has a passion for eyeliner it can be easier to have permanent eyeliner done.
You will notice that doing so will save more time and less frustration while trying perfect it.
If you are thinking of getting a permanent eyeliner done there are things you would have to think about beforehand such as looking at the Treatment Prices, researching about the benefits and understanding what it actually is to get a permanent eyeliner.
Speaking to a consultant as a way to obtain more information can also be of help.