Good quality cream liner (comparable to MAC, smashbox and Maybelline - which I prefer over both of the more expensive ones) this is a nice set of Bronze, gold and black which make fabulous shadow bases/cream shadows for highlighting the eyes and defining. Stylish packaging though the pots are quite small so bear in mind if you are buying online like I did. Still a great product for a small price.
As with the other PF gel eyeliner trio that I have the black is fantastic. It has small bronze shimmer particles in it that are visible on the eyes but it doesn't bother me, it was actually really appropriate for Christmas time (that's when I bought it). It doesn't irritate my eyes either. The brown is ok, not as pigmented as I would have wanted, I would prefer if it was darker as well because if you use it on its own it doesn't really define the eye.
The gold is nice, I'm not really that artistic with my eye make-up (creating a double liner or whatever) so I only use it for highlighting the inner corner of my eye, almost as a cream eye shadow.
Overall this trio is definitely worth its money but the black is easily the best of the three colors.
This purchase was inspired by You-Tube. The gal did a ridiculously beautiful date-night look with a gold lid, bronze crease, and black liner. This set had all three! So I copied away. Then, she put loose shadow on top to set and highlight. So, I did too. And then the wrinkles that SHE didn't have showed up on me ;) Long story short, this set does work for me. It stayed through the day and into date night with hubby. For day, I just do the bronze liner with gold in the inner corners and maybe a little black to wing on the outer corner. The colors also look good as an all-over color. You'll want to use a different brush for a more precise line.
Quite a good drugstore eyeliner! They were all fairly pigmented and smudge-proof.
The brown is a really pretty brown, almost copper color. I could see pink glitters in the black gel eyeliner in the pot, but not on my eyes. It's still a nice basic black eyeliner though. I use the gold to highlight the inner corners of my eyes because I find that it's too light on my skin tone to use as eyeliner.
I have a minor gripe with the packaging. At first, it's really difficult to snap them apart. After a while, the snaps loosen up, which makes them way easier to separate.
The price was great, too. 10 bucks for three eyeliners is an affordable price.
Overall a solid product, I would repurchase.
The texture is harder than MAC's gel liners, and the pigmentation is not as intense as I would have like it, BUT for a drugstore gel liner, this is a good product. It is long lasting, dries quick, does not transfer (I always set it with eyeshadow also), and can also double up as eyeshadow base. I do not like the packaging though, the containers do not align straight when I want to close them securely. Round containers would have been smarter. Other than that, I would still recommend them.
Physician's Forumula Glam Collection. Is it as good as the original? Yes!
Like the original PF gel/cream liners, they're specified for eye color. You get 3 different shades each in it's own stackable cube and a brush (looks more like a lip brush to me) for around $10!
The similarity to the original ends there. PF Glam's are high shine metallic hues and finish. Like the original you get two different colors and one black.
I have brown eyes and stuck with that set. The other sets have greens, purples etc. Brown eyes have a metallic brown, gold, and like I said before black.
The application is creamy, very easy to work with. Thin line, thick line, water line. These can also be smudged out for a shadow with zero creasing.
The staying power is awesome, and removes easily with my Olay foam cleanser. No extra remover needed. Oh and I've had the original set for blue eyes and it hasn't dried out in the pot at all.
So the colors? Well I was thinking that maybe the brown hue might be a dupe for MAC rich ground. It's not. PF's is a light/med intensity golden brown with no orange. It has very subtle micro glitter too. . The gold color is a medium intensity yellow gold. No orange here either again very subtle micro glitter.
The black is supposed to be metallic but it's not. It's the same as the black in the original PF gel/creams It is matte with very sublte flecks of golden micro glitter.
The two metallic shades have a softer finish when smudged out (mica), micro glitter that's on the ingredient list shows up a bit more this way, especially when it starts to fade. Still very subtle. . They are pretty colors however yes they are shiny but the lighter pigment keeps them from becoming over the top. Note: (I do not have 16 year old eye lids.) so don't be afraid!
What's great is you can play with these and wear them so many ways.
I am so impressed with these liners don't hesitate just go Glam!
Easy to apply
Can build up the colour
Hard to find if you live in the UK
Does not stay on the waterline for more than an hour
Annoying gold particules in it, seem kind of pointless
Overall: I only bought this because I heard this eyeliner will stay on the waterline and absolutely nothing stays on my waterliner. Unfortunately I was dissapointed as it didn't last more than an hour! I have been using this to do my normal eyeliner and it works pretty well, is easy to apply and you can build up the colour, not really fond of the gold sparkles though. Would I rephurchase? No because I wanted this mainly for my waterline and this didnt work and whilst its a nice every day eyeliner I live in the UK so had to get this off ebay and I couild easily find another eyeliner in the shops in the UK which does the same thing.
Glam Collection for Brown eyes has a gold, bronze, and black liner with a brush.
Gold: Quite a metallic yellow gold, doesn't go on as opaque as the silver for blue eyes collection, but still a nice metallic gold.
Bronze: Very metallic bronze that I wish was a bit more opaque as it could potentially be a great color!
Black with Bronze Shimmer: Same as the blacks from other collections, pretty dark, could be darker, and I wish the bronze shimmer in it was more noticeable.
Brush: Not the best but not the worst brush that comes with cream liners (*cough* WnW). I have a few of these since I have several of these liner collections from PF, they double up nicely as lip brushes.
Staying Power: These stay on so well! They don't budge or smudge even after getting wet. Will require makeup remover!
All in all, a good deal for 3 brushes, especially when they are on sale. The colors in this collection are great, just wish they were a little bit more pigmented!
This trio comes with three eye liners:
Gold - a nice true gold with a very metallic/shimmery finish (but not glitter). This is a pretty light color for an eyeliner, and doesn't really show up against my pale, warm skin. However, it may work as a cream eyeshadow base, and it may contrast more with cool or dark skintones.
Bronze - mid-tone bronze, almost copper, with a similar metallic/shimmery finish as the gold. This one does show up against my skintone, but it still light enough that it's fairly subtle and best for natural looks, in my opinion.
Black with Bronze Shimmer - this goes on as a fairly matte black, I can't see the bronze shimmer once I apply it. I can barely even see any bronze shimmer in the jar! Quite a dissapointment since the other two colors are so shimmery.
The consistency of all three liners is nice and creamy, easy to apply, and doesn't smudge if I use an eyeshadow primer or a bit of powder underneath (I have oily skin and lids). You get three liners for about $10 depending on where you buy them, so it's a good deal even if you only end up using two of them. The containers are a bit smaller than other brands, but I've never used up a larger jar before it dried up so that doesn't bother me. The three jars snap together if you like, and come with a flat brush with a rounded edge. I haven't tried the brush since I prefer using a skinny round eyeliner brush.
Overall, these are nice eyeliners, but I wish they wouldn't include a black with colored shimmer in every set, since they all just end up looking black to me! The gold may also not work for everyone, but it is a pretty color if you can find a use for it!