'Is she posting a makeup related post?!' Why yes, yes I am. I know it's been a while but I've been so busy with working which has made me lack inspiration. I'm still not even sure what I'm going to write now so bear with me.




What www.urbandecay.com says:
New bottle, new shades—same amazing Liquid Liner! Already one of the most unique and varied color selections available, we added MORE amazing colors to the mix. And if that wasn’t enough, our amazing formula will last all day or all night (even both). Enhance your eyes with a classic swipe of solid black, a subtle shimmering neutral, or a burst of sparkling color. Clear inkwell-style bottle looks sleek, and the handle fits in your hand perfectly ... A steady hand means perfect lines! Formula dries quickly and leaves a beautiful, subtle shine. Liquid Liners can be worn alone, or smudged together to give you unlimited options.

When I bought this, I wasn't so sure I'd get much use out of it but wanted it for the colour. I can't believe it took me this long to buy any of them. (I currently have 3) .

The formula is amazing on them and they dry to a slightly satiny finish. Bar the exception of one they all have some form of glitter/shimmer in them. Since they don't dry matte they don't flake off after 6 or so hours like some liquid liners do.

This is a bright shimmery purple with very fine bright pink glitter in it. If it was an eyeshadow it would be M.A.C Parfait Amour. They're both blue based purples with pink shimmer. They go together so well. I did a FOTD using them both here.

The SA told me when getting these that they could be smudged all over the lid as a sheer shadow. Personally I wouldn't use it on it's own. I have used them like this but with a more neutral shadow over the top (M.A.C Yoghurt). The end result is that you have a shimmery shadow with a hint of another colour and it doesn't crease or budge.

I'm not really sure if it it's a pro or a con, maybe both? But they dry mega fast and once it has dried it'll stay exactly where you put it until you take your makeup off.

The only thing that bothers me, so to speak, is the bottle. You know how when you're running out of a gloss you scrape the applicator around the sides to get every last bit out? I'm not really sure how you're going to get every last bit out of this as there's no way you could do that with the brush and there's no visible 'seal' that you can take out of the top. I've a feeling there might be a fair amount of product wasted but we know Urban Decay like they're customer un-friendly packaging (Primer Potion), so we shall see.

They have a good variety of bright colours, I shall definitely be investing in some more.

Anyone else tried or want to try these? What do we think of them?