5 Months Later, and I Finally Tried Gel Liner

5 Months Later, and I Finally Tried Gel Liner

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August 1, 2014 I wrote an article to help the average novice MAC cosmetics user navigate through all of the different choices that they offer for eye liner. If you haven’t yet read that article, you can check it out here http://www.urbansocialtv.com/mac-liquid-liner-review . In that article I gave a list of all of the different liquid liners that I’ve tried from MAC, and the pros and cons of each. At the end of the article, I mentioned my desire to try MAC’s Fluidline Eye-Liner Gel. Well I finally tried it, and I am in love! So naturally, I thought that I would give you all my opinion of the product, as well as my pros and cons.

PROS

Precision

I’m a winged eyeliner type of girl, so I love the fact that I can create the perfect winged eye fairly easily with the use of my 212 flat definer brush by MAC pictured below.

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I don’t have to wait for it to dry

For me, there is nothing worse than applying my eyeliner after creating a smokey eye, only to have my liquid liner smear across my eyelid, forcing me to start from scratch. With MAC’s Fluidline eye-liner gel, I get the same look that I do with liquid liner, without the possibility of smearing.

CONS

Although I don’t have many, one con of this liner is that it:

Requires you to buy a brush to apply it (if you don’t already own one)

Liquid liners have the applicator built into the bottle, MAC’s Fluidline comes in a pot, and requires you to use either a flat definer brush like the one pictured above, or a 208 angled brush (like the one that I use for my eyebrows, pictured below). This may or may not be an investment that you’re willing, or able to make.

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So there you have it! I have fallen in love with yet another product by MAC Cosmetics. While there may be no help for my makeup addiction, with MAC’s Fluidline Eye-Liner Gel, there may be hope for winged eyes everywhere.

 

Kisses, Hugs, and Lots of Love,

 

-Kiana

Kiana Williams

In addition to being a Junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I am also the owner of a non-profit organization, Tough Girls, which seeks to decrease the number of women who die as a result of late detection of breast cancer, by providing mammograms for uninsured women.

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