Aqualillies for Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner Review & Swatches
Excuse me but I’d like to interrupt your current programming and to say you NEED the Aqualillies for Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner that recently launched with the Tarte Summer 2013 Collection.
Yes, you do.
Well, if you already have the Tarte Call of the Wild Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner you might not need it but than again, there is that limited edition Aqualillies packaging….who could resist that?
Aqualillies for Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner is available in a new limited edition turquoise shade entitled Splash (more on that later this week) and the shade I’m featuring in this interview, Black.
The liner comes in a cute turquoise capped glass jar. They also included a double ended bamboo liner brush which allows easy application. One side of the brush has is angled and the other a straight lined brush. The bristles are extremely thin for easy application of the liner.
The formula of the liner is a lovely, glossy shade of black. I feel like it differs from the EmphasEYES formula and finish as this is way glossier and way blacker. If you’re one for blacker than black gel liners this is the perfect formula for you as it is nicely pigmented.
It applies like a dream without any tugging or relining required and if you want to smudge it you can easily do so. It does however, need a second to set as the dry down is a few seconds. It wore very well for me without any flaking action, smudging, or fading and at the end of a a long day it looked as fresh first application.
Honestly, if you’re a little scared of gel eyeliners this is a good starting point for you as the formula glides onto lids like melted butter. The application is a breeze and you’ll have perfectly lined eyes in a matter of moments even if you’re a bit klutzy or shaky handed.
The new packaging is just the frosting on this already great cake.
It’s available now at tartecosmetics.com
This review contains a sample
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