Make-up

Lancôme Artliner Review

Last week I was down to the last drop of my Make-up Forever Aqua Liner. I went into emergency mode. If there is one thing in my make-up routine I can’t go without it is my liquid liner! Now I wasn’t satisfied with the Aqua Liner although I liked the handle and the felt tip applicator (I find felt tips to be easiest for application) I did not like how the liquid dried. It would make it almost impossible for me to drag a mascara wand through my upper lashes due to clumping and though the product was waterproof and long wearing it would flake off in after slight rubbing. Anyway that’s a whole other story, so as a result of my disappointment I decided to do some research and try something new! I came across Lancôme’s Artliner. I had previously seen positive reviews on Sephora so I decided to give it a try. So far its been a week and I’m really starting to like the Artliner.

Right after application

Right after application

The one thing it took me a minute to get use to was the foam tip. It’s a little longer then most eyeliners and bends more to the shape of the eye when applying. I’m not sure if this would be for liquid eyeliner beginners I find it much easier to apply with a shorter/stiffer tip that would give you more control and precision. image The handle however is similar to a pen making it very easy and comfortable to grip. I purchased the noir which is a nice intense black, they also carry “ice black” but beware this is more of a gray/pearl. imageThe liner itself stayed put all day which always seems to be a problem with liquid liners and although it isn’t waterproof I did find it has survived a good amount of tearing (damn sentimental YouTube videos).
7hrs after application

7hrs after application

They do also carry Artliner 24Hr liner which is waterproof, both styles come in over 10 natural to vibrant shades! I would suggest this liner for anyone a little more comfortable with liquid liner application although with a little practice you can glide the product on pretty easily. At $30.50 the price point is a little high but liquid liners last right around 3 months so defiantly worth the investment. If you are a beginner and find application difficult I find Stilas Stay All Day waterproof liner very easy to apply, long wearing, and slightly cheaper at $20. Hope this reviewed helped, have fun lining those gorgeous eyes!

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