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This trio…was not the easiest to come by. It wasn’t available from the main Physician’s Formula web site, but I was able to pick it up at drugstore.com. (It was also available in local stores like Rite Aid and Fred Meyer.) The colors were black - of course - metallic gold and metallic medium amethyst. The colors need a little more patience to adhere properly, and they take a little bit more time to set than the regular gel CreamLiners; but the three colors are attractive.
The Glam Eyes trios seem to have been dropped from the Physician’s Formula web site in the past six months, so it’s possible that the company has simply decided that these were a possible good idea, but that they underperformed. (Many people reported problems getting these metallic formulas to apply evenly.)
All of these trios come with a short-handled liner brush. It’s got slightly stiffer bristles, so it’s easier to get a straight line; but the handle is short enough that I have trouble holding it. I use elf’s Studio Liner Brush instead, and while those bristles are less rigid, it still gives me a good deal of control. If the included brush’s handle was about two inches longer, I’d probably use it instead.
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