I ordered the Clarins in brown after reading this thread. It's arrived and is definitely a good buy. So easy to use. I'll admit I'd not heard of it before. I shopped around online and managed to get it a few pounds cheaper than some sites were charging. I also went via TCB and got more cash taken off.
Thanks for putting a thread up about this eyeliner. For once, I won't have to worry about wobbly lines again.
Interesting....I have been watching the 3 dot videos and the whole thing looks time consuming, but maybe it is because they are demonstrating. I am clumsy but have never had trouble applying eyeliner. I wear it a lot nearer to my lashes now because with modern products, you can. The old original gloop-in-a-bottle stuff stung like hell if it went in the eye and dried so stiff that it flaked off if you as much as winked. My favourite now, is eyeko, it just glides on, tight lines easily, and makes fabulous wings in one easy movement.
It's a great pity the right of free speech isn't based on the obligation to say something sensible.
Post by Berry McPaper-cuts on Nov 12, 2019 13:14:14 GMT
Never thought I would say this but bought a Victoria Beckham Satin Kajal Liner/ Eyeliner in Bronze and it is fabulous for tightlining. Goes on so easily and stays put on the waterline. Blends really well too. Saw an article in the beauty section of the DT and thought self gifting here I come! The colour looks really good with blue eyes and my colouring. .