When you see an eyeliner normally your first thought isnt “that would make a nice blush” but knowing me i had to try it out and i actually really loved it haha. My biggest tip i could ever give anyone is to experiment just because something says its such and such doesn’t mean you cant use it elsewhere.
Colour and Pigmentation
I have honestly never used this eyeliner for its intended purpose when i first spotted it, i knew it was going to be a blush. What i love most about is the colour it a warm matte dusky pink, a very odd colour for an eyeliner i mean who wants pink eye? haha. For me it was never a case of this being an eyeliner it was more of a product that you could use if you that found your blush didn’t stay to well through the day. The pigmentation with this is insane you either apply a little and you get this really soft blended out look that looks like a natural blush or you can go full on clown cheeks which i dont recommend i only mentioned this because it makes a really great matte lip colour too given it lasts so long.
As you can see on the right it blends out really well
You dont have to worry about wear time with this product as its a matte finish so it will dry down and its not going anywhere until you remove your makeup at the end of the day which i really love because there are a lot of blushes out there that are creams and look beautiful but are gone by lunch time. This would also be perfect for those of you that have oily skin, its all about finding products that will last and look good on you
I actually love the packaging of this as i think a lot of products like blushes can be very bulky and large to carry around, this is a little pot that can fit anyway it can even fit into your pockets without taking up room. I think the main point is that its so small but contains a lot of product more than a cream blush would.
Price and Where to Buy
You can get the Inglot AMC Gel Eyeliner 72 (£10) from inglotuk.com or from Inglot Stores nationwide. Just as a little side note as well this product is Vegan so it can be used by my reader of you out there who are vegan/vegetarian, most of inglots products are vegan but some arnt (click here) the link will show you the products that arnt vegan
Have you ever used a products somewhere else you thought better?
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