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Monday, April 22, 2013

Rimmel ScandalEyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal Eyeliners- Nude and Light Blue


As of late, I've had quite a few new eyeliners enter my life. So many that my cup literally runneth over- seriously, I keep my liners in a cup, and it's beyond full. But, I don't really mind when it's full of the creamiest, smoothest liners to be found. And, it pretty much is- lucky me! Two of my most recent liners happen to be just that, in the form of Rimmel ScandalEyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal in Nude and Light Blue.

Rimmel ScandalEyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal Eyeliners- Nude and Light Blue 1.2g $5.99 CAD / $4.49 USD 

I would be lying if I said I wasn't excited about these- I may have stalked local Rimmel displays looking for them... They were totally worth it though!

These liners rival another liner that is near and dear to my heart- Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencils- but at a fraction of the price. These are totally that smooth, creamy, pigmented and super easy to apply. Perfection in pencil form!

I opted for the two lightest shades Nude and Light Blue, as I really don't have a need for the other shades- one only needs so many black liners- but I suspect the quality of them is likely fantastic, so do pick them up if you're in need of a good liner. Anyhow, I love using a nude liner to brighten my eyes so nude was a no brainer. I'm hard pressed to think of another drugstore brand that has produced a nude liner, so kudos to Rimmel for making one for the masses. The light blue shade, while this may sound a bit unconventional, also works really well on the waterline. 'Whaaat!? Bailey, are you crazy?' Maybe, but you know what? It works, and it doesn't look crazy. I have dark brown eyes (black from time to time, it freaks people out) and the light blue shade really makes my eyes look HUGE.

Overall, don't hesitate to grab a few of these if you pass them in store. Just do it! They're everything you want in a liner. Have you tried these? Thoughts?