The new Sephora Disney Jasmine Three Wishes Eyeliner Set ($42) is for the hardcore liner users out there. This three piece set combines all the great eyeliner mediums including gel, liquid, and pencil formulas.
Do you actually need a set that includes this much eyeliner is the question? I’d personally love a gel eyeliner, mascara, and maybe some sort of eyeshadow. That’s just because I’m not much for liquid eyeliner! BUT I do think the set is kinda the perfect addition to your own beauty arsenal if you’re one for using eyeliner daily.
Take a look!
The Three Wishes Eyeliner Set includes the following:
Liquid Eyeliner (0.33 oz)
Pencil Eyeliner (0.087 oz)
Gel Eyeliner (0.19 oz)
The pot, tube of liner, and pencil all feature a gold lame print with a matte black finish. These are quite elegant little pieces. I admit I questioned whether I really needed it though. First off you can get the L’Oreal Voluminous Smoldering Eyeliner and L’Oreal Infallible Gel Eyeliner for as little as, mmm, say $14 for both at Walmart. If you want to round that number up say it’ll set you back $20 for those two products and BOTH are excellent especially the L’Oreal Infallible Gel Eyeliner. So why pay $42 for this set?
It’s all about the design dearies. The marketing is here so if you really love Jasmine and you want some cute limited edition eyeliners with a Princess Jasmine theme perhaps this will appeal. Otherwise save your $42 and just get some of L’Oreal’s offerings.
On the upside….
All the products are formulated wonderfully. At first I felt like every single product outside the liquid liner was a little dry but they take a moment to warm up and proceed to go creamy. The eyeliner has a creamy formula that applies easily without skipping. It wore long and strong on my drier eyes as did the gel eyeliner both of which also had richly pigmented black color pay off. Although I admit, the Infallible Gel Eyeliner has an even better formula but I digress….
Kohl Pencil, Liquid Eyeliner, Gel Eyeliner
The liquid liner has a thin brush applicator with a thick formula. It applies evenly and smoothly at first application with a slow dry down. Once set it wore quite nicely on my eyes for eight full hours without a hiccup and removed easily at the end of the night. It does have a slower setting period so you’ll have to give it a moment to dry down prior to doing anything else with your eyes.
Overall, it’s a very cute set. The packaging and the marketing behind it is excellent but I question whether you need to spend $42 on it. A fairer deal might be $20 and even than it might be too much.
Did you haul the set?
Did you feel it was worth the price tag?