One of my New Year's resolutions is to be a better blogger and along with aiming to be more regular & consistent in my blog posts, I also want to return to featuring my regular "Makeup Monday" posts. I'm kicking things off with a review of L'Oreal SuperLiner Perfect Slim liquid eyeliners.
One of the factors which did tempt me to try them was the colours. Whilst I tend to use different coloured pencil eyeliners, black is my default choice when it comes to liquid or gel liner. I thought that the brown & grey colours would offer a softer alternative, particularly for daytime use.
Each of the L'Oreal SuperLiner Perfect Slim liquid eyeliners is presented in a sleek black pen format, with gold writing adding a luxurious effect. The colour of the eyeliner is signified by the lid, which is conveniently coloured to match the shade inside. I found this particularly helpful given that I have a rather crowded makeup collection.
The packaging is functional for use & I liked that there was a different texture and slight dip towards the end of the pen, where it should be held, to help ensure an effortless application, described by L'Oreal as a grip zone hold for optimum control.
The eyeliners themselves have easy-to-use felt tip applicators which have been designed with a 0.4mm tip to provide a stylish & intense sweeping line and enhance the shape of the eye. I felt that the felt tips were the perfect length & width and I found that they made creating a wing practically foolproof.
It's quite a wet formula but once in place, it set quickly & didn't budge all day long. I've been highly impressed with the longevity of these following application.
The colours are highly pigmented, meaning that I only needed to rest the tip of the felt pen along the upper lash line & the colour transferred smoothly, without any need to drag or pull the delicate skin. I found it best to store the eyeliners tip down to ensure a smooth flow of product when I came to use them.
I can't recommend L'Oreal SuperLiner Perfect Slim liquid eyeliners highly enough. I've been using them nearly every day since first trying them. I feel that they'd be a good choice for beginners and experts alike (thanks to the selection of seven different colours & finishes available) and that the £6.99 price tag is fair.