One of my favourite drug store items released in recent times is the Face Of Australia Budge Proof Eyeliners. I’ve been wearing the bronze and the electric blue liners so much since I first tried them a month ago- it was hard having to hold off reviewing them until closer to the release date. They are an example of how you can find high end quality products in drug store brands if you know where to look.
The packaging is ingenious- the lid unscrews to reveal the eyeliner pot and a mini eyeliner brush. The brush itself is surprisingly decent quality for something included with product- it is dense and stiff enough to give you good control over the line.
The ultra-smooth, pigment rich formula provides the precision of a liquid liner that’s easy to apply with the built in fool-proof brush. Create thick or thin lines that are perfect every time.
Blackest Black: matte black, semi sheer, requires 2-3 coats for full opacity.
Brilliant Blue: metallic electric blue, opaque in 1 layer.
Espresso: metallic burgundy bronze, opaque in 1 layer.
Pure Purple: metallic lavender, semi sheer.
My favourites are ‘Brilliant Blue’and ‘Espresso’ – both beautifully vivid, highly pigmented colours.
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Price: $9.95 each
Availability: Priceline, Kmart, Big W, selected pharmacies Australia wide. Due to be released in early Feb.
Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Jan 29th, 2013 in Reviews, Swatches | 60930 comments. Drugstore+heroes%3A+Face+Of+Australia+budge+proof+eyeliners2013-01-29+00%3A07%3A58myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D6093
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