In this metallic eyeliner set, you get 5 colours: gold, pink, purple, green and blue. The gold looks more copper however it doesn’t deter me from trying it. Copper is a lovely shade. Lilac isn’t as pigmented as I had thought. It’s more subtle.
Swatched on the hands, the colours are beautiful however when used on the eyes, I didn’t find the pigmentation on the same level. I had to swipe plenty of times and add a little bit of pressure to make these visible on my eyes. They are soft and doesn’t tug the skin however the colour payoff on the eyes isn’t impressive which is unfortunate. The outer corner of the lash line was stubborn and the eyeliner didn’t last long there.
If you rub your eyes, they will rub off, leaving you with a shimmery eye area. They didn’t last long on my oily lids and watery eyes. I could use the gold as an all over base eyeshadow shade over eyelid primer. Then eyeshadow on top would help set it. I would also use this set to draw on my face to festivals instead.
If you have oily eyelids or your eyes get watery easily, I wouldn’t recommend these. Pencil eyeliners as a whole are something I struggle with and doesn’t work on me. If pencils are your thing or you’re looking for something that is short term or want something you can use for fun elsewhere on the face, these would be your best bet.
Are you loving colour on the eyes?PR sample. All views are my own.
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