I love bright liners – it’s the one place I feel I can get away with being more adventurous with make-up; red eyeliner is a favourite. So, Bourjois Waterproof Clubbing Eyeliners – especially the brights – have got me interested straight away. Bourjois is a favourite brand – they rarely get it wrong – so I have high hopes. I’ll have samples to swatch later in the week.
A good tip for wearing bright liners – especially if they’re way out of your comfort zone – is to line with a waterproof or smudgeproof black first, then the bright colour on top. It just stops it looking too starey and rabbit-eyed.
We won’t see these in stores until June, but another Bourjois newbie to look out for around the same time is Liner Feutre in Gold Shine; an addition to Violine and Moka Brown. Unlike Bourjois Waterproof Clubbing Eyeliners, Liner Feutre is a pen-like liner – imagine shimmering gold lids at sunset. Yes! Liner Feutre will be £6.99 and Bourjois Waterproof Clubbing Eyeliners will be £4.99 each.
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