By Terry Ligne Black Star is probably my favourite black eye liner. And I am also the biggest fan of the pencils from the brand. This is why I would love to share about Crayon Khol in 2 Brown Stellar.
I like this pencil so much that after I’ve lost mine a few weeks after getting it (how do you even do that?) I had to get a new one straight away.
So why is it so special?
It is really long-lasting. The kohl stays on all day on me. But, at the same time, the formula is really soft, it glides on without dragging the skin. You can blend the product and create beautiful smoky eyes. Just do it quickly, before it sets!
In addition to great formula, it’s also a beautiful colour. It’s quite a dark brown with micro shimmer. As a result – you will never get that flat one-dimensional finish. Just add some mascara, if you wish, and you’ve got yourself an easy-but-impressive makeup.
Here is a swatch of the eye pencil next to Charlotte Tilbury’s Colour Chamelion in Amber Haze and Urban Decay 24/7 in Bourbon. Brown Stellar is in the middle.
In other words, if you want to get yourself a long-lasting and easy to use pencil – this is a great option. Terrybly is brilliant for when you are not in the mood for an intense black but want something deeper than a mid-toned brown.
Yet another exceptional product from the brand. Big thumbs up from me!
Long time readers know that I love my high-end eye makeup products. I have never been able to find anything from the high street which I would love as much.
But I’ve set myself an “under £20” target this time. And here are the results: two products under £20 which I really love.
Eye liner and a lot of mascara is my go to look, you can see it here.
Iconic London Triple Threat Mascara, £19 from Cult Beauty
I am personally
I’ve started my journey with the brand with two products that I love the most: mascara and black eye liner. In fact, if I could only wear two makeup products on my face – they would be eye liner and mascara, hands down.
Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner is £30 ( 1.2ml / .041fl.oz) and the Fetisheyes Mascara is £28. However, you can get both as a part of Xtreme Eye Duo for only £40 from the website, which I did. Because who doesn’t want to save £18?
Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner is a great name for this product, as it is very precise and stays on forever. The colour is proper intense black, it has that almost vinyl effect. It is like a liquid liner, formula-wise, just in a pen form.
The applicator allows you to draw the thinnest line but you could also build it up with no problem. It also goes on smoothly and doesn’t “bleed” or budge. It takes
I am gonna be honest, it has been a while since I’ve bought makeup just because I wanted to, and not because I ran out of a certain product and needed a replacement. I see information about the new launches every single day, and I have more than enough already, so it’s rare that I get that I-can’t-be-without-this-product kind of feeling. But I was really excited about the Victoria Beckham Beauty line.
I have more details about the range here.
As I’ve already shared over at my Insta, I’ve picked up 2 out of 3 items because the third item (eye shadows palette) was out of stock in the shade I wanted, and I’ve placed my order the day the line came out.
So what about the products?
As you would expect,
I’ve been having a thing for Givenchy makeup lately. And whenever I run out of a product, it is one of the first brands I look into.
My favourite BY TERRY Ligne Blackstar in So Black (here) dried out right before the wedding, which was very unexpected, and I was almost in a panic mode, to be honest. But I had to calm down and go shopping for a new eye liner (all the ones I had were not good enough).
It took a while to find the one I would like, as the photo above demonstrates. And Givenchy Liner Couture Precision Felt-tip Eyeliner was the one.
I really loved the