The Milani Liquif’Eye Eyeliner Pencils are extremely smooth eyeliner pencils with the application and feel of a liquid eyeliner. It comes in two formulas, metallic and liquid like auto-propel, and a total of eight different shades.
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Liquif’Eye Metallic Eyeliner Pencils in Black, Brown, Silver, Gold & Aqua
Liquif’Eye Liquid Eyeliner Automatic Propel Pencils in Purple, Blue & Green
The Liquif’Eye Metallic Eyeliner Pencils are extremely pigmented and true to color. It comes in five shades, 2 matte Black & Brown, and 3 metallics Silver, Gold and Aqua. Glides on smooth like butter and dries down to a matte finish. Once it dries it does not smudge or budge. The pencil can be sharpened in a standard size sharpener. You need waterproof eye makeup remover to remove all traces. These are comparable to the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On pencils but more pigmented at less than half the cost. Retails at $7.99 for .04 oz.
The Liquif’Eye Liquid Eyeliner Automatic Propel Pencils are also extremely pigmented and true to color. It comes in three shimmering shades… Purple, Blue and Green. These are a little dry compared to the Liquif’Eye Metallic Pencils but still glides on smooth. Also dries to a matte finish and doesn’t budge when completely set. Since these are auto-propel, no sharpening is required. The finer point make for a more precise application than the Metallic Pencils. You need a waterproof eye makeup remover to remove these as well. They are comparable to MAC Technakohl Eyeliner Pencils at a little more than half the cost. Retails at $7.99 for .01 oz.
I actually favor the Metallic Pencils over the Auto-Propel ones as they glide on much smoother, I like the shades better and you get .03 more ounces for the same price. In any case, both formulas are highly pigmented and wear well, even on the waterline.
Both can be purchased at www.milanicosmetics.com
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