Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner
The new shades of Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner are gorgeous – I’d wear all of these (there are actually four, but I’m missing one) in a heartbeat. They don’t launch til the end of July, but that blue – real name Sapphire – is perfect for my recent passion for vibrant aquatic shade liners.
One of the key things about Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner is that they do not budge – they’re one of the few liners that I’d risk without a primer underneath. I wonder if anyone makes a primer liner? Do you know? I’d definitely use that if it existed. Each Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner comes with a smudger and a sharpener at the opposite end to the colour which is very handy because this style of liner is virtually impossible to sharpen without a special tool. If you need to sharpen, put your liner in the fridge for an hour or so first – summer temperature liners are a gloopy nightmare to sharpen! Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner launch at the end of July for £6.29 each.
The new extension to Grow Luscious is Bold Lacquer – a shinier version of Grow Luscious designed to give a shine effect to lashes. I can’t say that it does particularly, or not so you’d notice. Properly patent or wet-look lashes have eluded every single brand and formulator thus far, and I’d say that’s still the case :-(. Any ‘shine’ in mascara very quickly disappears so I never think they’re worth bothering with for that particular effect. But, if you’re keen, it launches for £9.99 at the end of July.