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October 14, 2015

***GLITTER***

REVLON EYE ART: topaz twinkle, lilac luster and peach prism.
I found it incredibly easy to apply, but the creme shadow created valleys and ridges on my eyelid as it dried. I noticed this in several of the colors. It also peeled at the inner eye area fairly shortly after applying. So when I use this in the future, I plan to use only on my mid lid and outer corner, or use the glitter straight on my lid and not on the creme shadow.











HARD CANDY WALK THE LINE GLITTER EYELINER: glitzy green
Love this product!!! I can't wait to use this during the Christmas season. Easy to apply, bold color!

BLUE GLITTER EYE: Revlon eye art, urban decay heavy metal glitter eyeliners. The liners were all very easy to use, but the Revlon liner was a bit thicker so harder to get a thin line, but that was not an issue with the Urban decay heavy metal liners. It was a ton of fun mixing the three!


Silver Glitter Eye: Revlon Eyeart Black cream shadow as base with hard candy's walk the line black and silver glitters and urban decay's heavy metal silver glitter liner. The heavy metal silver has larger pieces of glitter. I feel like the glitter was lost on the black cream shadow base, but liked mixing the glitter color and different size glitter for an ombre litter effect.


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