Posted on Tuesday, at • bought • 769 views
I was interested when the promo images of this line started circulating. I saw a deep teal, a dark green, a deep maroon, and some other interesting-looking shades. I tried both their gel pots and their creme gel pencils, and I prefer the pencils. Just about every color is available in either format, so if you fall in love with a shade, there’s no agonizing that it’s not in Your Preferred Product Type. The pencils do have a few drawbacks: the product doesn’t adhere to the base well and can fall it if you’re not paying attention; the pretty foil text is a bitch to read and rubs off a little too easily; and if you really like a super-sharp point on your liner pencil, you’ll want to use a different product because this product is so soft that…it’s nearly impossible to sharpen.
Some upsides: the colors are vivid and strong and apply smoothly, and once they're in place you have a little time to smudge them out…but then they are locked in place until you take off your makeup. While other people have successfully worn them on the waterline, though, my experience was different. The colors stayed in place on my waterline longer than most other pencil liners, but eventually they faded and smeared. I haven't ever observed that when wearing the liners on my upper lash line, though.
I like how the color range includes brighter primaries and vivid candied colors, but also deep rich saturated jeweltones. There's even a brown-black - something that I personally love, but that I don't find in every liner collection. Most are creme or matte finish, with a double handful of metallics and a scattering of pearls. These are not the least expensive liners out there, and if you let them dry out you've basically lost a liner for good. But the colors are wonderful, and they are comparable to midrange drugstore liners, in terms of cost and value.
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Duos were frequently available with this or that larger ColourPop collection, generally at the price of $14 for a pair of liner pencils.
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