Monday, January 19, 2015

Mark Saved By The Gel Waterproof Eyeliner

I love reviewing new makeup and over the last year I have been very impressed with all the fabulous products released by Avon. With wonderful formulas, trendy colors and exceptional quality, Mark has makeup for every occasion, season and complexion. 

When you browse Avon’s website you may notice that there is a lot to choose from and sometimes you can miss marvelous hidden gems like the Saved by the Gel Waterproof Eyeliner available in 3 classic shades.

When I purchase eyeliner I look for textures that are easy to work with and these gel liners produce beautiful creamy color and sharp, vivid lines. They are formulated for long-wear and easy application with no tugging or smudging and they do not dry out, flake or run. 

For those who often have trouble drawing a straight line this smooth gel formula may make the task less daunting with tidier results. I also like that pigment adheres well to my brush and applies consistently in a few fluid strokes.

Each liner comes with a dual-ended brush with an ultra thin point although I prefer to use an angled liner brush with stiffer bristles that don’t bend when dipped into the gel.

Upon application the formula does not dry immediately which gives you time to blend the color for beautiful smokey looks. You can also use it on your lower lash line and the color is buildable for customized intensity.

I like that the liner lasts all day with no fading and the color is bold enough to nicely define and shape my eyes with results similar to that of liquid liner but easier to use. The 3 shades to choose from include: Blackboard, Brownie Points and Gold Star which is a pretty Midas gold, perfect for creating glam looks.   

The liners retails for $12.00 each and you can find them by clicking HERE

**Disclaimer: products provided for review

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