Hi Darlings, today’s post is going to be the review and swatch of the Haus Laboratories Liquid Eyeliner in the shade Whiskey.
For the past few years, I tended to prefer brown eyeliner over black because it gives me the same definition as black without being as harsh. Don’t get me wrong, I still love black, but for everyday I prefer brown.
I’ve heard amazing things about Lady Gaga’s one so I was excited to try it.
You can buy it here for 20$.
This shade is a dark brown.
The packaging is so pretty and looks very fancy. It has a gradient effect and on the back, it shows the colour of the product which is so clever.
I store my liners with my brushes keeping them upsidedown so the point is always wet and with this packaging I can clearly see the shade.
The felt tip is quite stiff and long.
The formula is very liquidy, not to the point that it bleeds, but it’s easy to apply and it doesn’t drag the lid.
It’s very opaque and matte, which is practically a miracle in the pen liner department. It works so well.
It’s a felt tip liner which I definitely love, it’s so easy to use.
When I use liquid liner I tend to skip primer so it has to last well without it (on me that’s a mission).
This liner lasted 12 hours without smudging or bleeding but it’s still easy to remove.
- Colour: 10/10
- Longevity: 9/10
- Application: 9/10
- Pigmentation: 10/10
- Formula: 10/10
- Packaging: 10/10
I love this eyeliner, I love the colour, I’ve actually been using it every day because I love the more subtle definition. The packaging is so pretty and I love the way it applies. I think the lasting power is amazing too. It is the most matte pen I’ve ever tried. Overall I’m very impressed. It is pricey but not too pricey and it’s easy to get on Amazon.
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