Amazonian clay waterproof liner, olive 0.6 oz
Create smoldering, sexy eyes that won't budge with these waterproof liners. With this one liner, you can go from simple to sultry in an instant.
Create a crisp liner look by gliding along the upper and lower lash line or use the built-in smudger to soften. For a sultry, smoky eye, use the liner as a shadow by applying a thicker line along upper lashes and blending toward the crease. No matter how you wear this versatile liner, Amazonian clay will work to nourish lids, reduce surface oil and improve overall texture for easy application and better wear. Once you apply, this liner will lock down to a completely waterproof finish for guaranteed longer wear and the rich, pure pigments are boosted by Amazonian clay for truer, bolder color with each application. Free sharpener included.
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I WANT to love it, really...
- Bold Color
- Glides On Smoothly
- Difficult To Apply
- Difficult to Remove
- Fades Throughout Day
- Smudges or Runs
- Going Out
- Smoky Look
- Thicker Line
Comments about tarte smolderEYES Amazonian clay waterproof liner, olive, .6 oz:
When I tried these on my hand at a store, I was super impressed with how they stayed on my skin- it even took some doing with remover to get them off! So when I bought one here, I figured that I would get incredible wear out of it. Not so much. If you have oily or hooded eyelids (or both), good luck with this one. It transferred from my lash line to my eyelid pretty quickly (within a couple of hours), and largely faded from my eyeline by the end of the day, except for an occasional smeary patch of color. Not a good look.
I'm really upset, because not only did I buy this one pencil here, but I took advantage of another store's sale and bought Tarte's gift set of 5 of these the same day, (based on my amazing back-of-the-hand test at the store) so now I'm stuck with a bunch of liners that won't stay on my eyes at all. I do not have this problem with Urban Decay or Milani shadow pencils, or with any of the cream eyeshadows I have (lots). And before you ask: yes, I've tried the Tarte Smolder Eyes pencils with primers- UDPP and Too Faced's Shadow Insurance- my go-to primers that normally work wonders for me, and- still unbelieveably smeary. So, while the colors on these are amazing and they may test really well on your hand, if you have oily or hooded lids, think twice before buying these. Such a bummer.