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on 10/12/2017 7:50:00 PM
More reviews by CrazyMomof7
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse
Nope.It hurts my eyes so badly!And it doesn't even make things waterproof, oil proof etc.No way - threw away.Getting Duraline next time.
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on 10/31/2015 10:37:00 PM
More reviews by valmont32677
Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
901th review: Shopping my stash + a little boredom + curiosity caused me to try this product. I had it sitting here forever, it came in 1 of my elf subscription boxes but I was a bit hesitant to use it around my eyes. Enter: LA Colors liquid eyeliner. NOT waterproof nor nap proof but I decided to try this recently: I put on elf lid primer, then my LA Colors eyeliner, let it dry, applied 2nd coat then I put 4 drops (I guess i wasted some, didn't know how much was really necessary!) into the little clear "pot" then used the brush to pat this product on over the liquid liner, let it dry, used concealer to clean it up a bit coz my wings got a bit smeared & finished my makeup w mascara (no e/s) & yes it does sting but I took a nap anyways later & usually LA Colors liquid liner smudged all over in general my liner is gone after a nap but esp non waterproof esp bad but amazingly after my nap only a teeny amount was smudged & very easily fixable. Amazing!! I'm still experimenting w this & I'm not sure of all the amazing uses for this but I'm going to order a couple more bottles soon! It does irritate my eyes a bit, I know I'm allergic to methochloro-- the last 2 ingredients I can't spell coz I had a skin patch test done by a DR so I'm kind of playing w fire. I have eye health problems & it does make my eyes a little bit bleary/sore but I may find out if Sephora has any similar products but I know that ELF will be cheaper. I do use chronic Pataday eye drops so that will offset the mild discomfort in my eyes, I wouldn't suggest in sleeping in this & also making sure it's completely been 101% removed b4 retiring for the evening. I'm going to test this by sleeping in it tonight; I have many ways of testing makeup products & 1 of them is sleeping overnight & see what it turns up like the next day. Not a habit I am into but I do it w some of my makeup when I'm questioning longevity & this is 1 of the most rigorous tests I give my makeup so I know going out what to expect or if I can wear it to a horse show or other makeup challenging situations that I count on certain products how they will react what I need to do necessary. I do not at all advocate sleeping in makeup so I'm taking 1 for the team lol This stuff is amazing there are no words how pleased as punch I am by this product. Elf also makes a dual ended primer/sealant for liner which is awesome too. Anyone who had oily skin/lids; rheumy watery eyes; has a favorite eyeliner that they want to make waterproof, want to keep a shadow from budging, has probs w the pandas/raccoon eyes, this is calling ur name. Works gr8 on brows when makeup slides off oily skin this will make your brows obey. I don't know what would happen if I sweat & this runs in my eyes is my only CONs. I am going to wear this every day for awhile & see what happens there is a def learning curve w this I am excited to experiment with!! I will update. Ps: I'm anxious to try this on lips!!
on 5/10/2015 8:17:00 AM
More reviews by summerteeth1
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse
I use this to apply liner (loose and pressed eyeshadow). It works very nicely. Definitely had more staying power that just water but I've never tried eye drops or contact solution.
on 7/17/2015 2:01:00 AM
More reviews by Shelly128p
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
another disappointing product from elf. I do enjoy their brushes and some blushes, but that's about it since they discontinued their mineral line.this lock and seal irritated my eyes like crazy!! normally my eyes are not sensitive but I'm positive this is what triggered it.eye primer locks my look in much longer than this!eye drops do the job much better!! I understand using this to try to make a shadow into a liner, but unless it's a unique color...just go buy an eyeliner.if you are going to try to get a liner out of a shadow, drop some eye drops on your brush then go into the corner of an eyeshadow to pick up product. don't ruin the whole shadow by putting the drop directly on the shadow don't store it in your makeup bag bc the packaging leaks unless it's standing upright.they give you a tiny clear bowl to mix the eyeshadow in or put the liquid in and dip the brush in. they should be made this part of the cap or somehow attached it... I just dont think the packaging was thought out.some may argue that the brush can be used for shadow or liner, but that person would be wrong. the brush is too thick for liner and too flat and hard for shadow.nice idea, but it just didn't come together not a product I would trust near my eye area again
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on 7/18/2015 1:08:00 AM
More reviews by n3k0cupc4k3
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
This is a bit of a must have for me! At least if I can find a way to decant it into another bottle... Because, first off, the bottle is crap. Leaks everywhere! So it's not very travel friendly as is. But I might be able to fix that. The reason I like it so dang much is I have problems with my inner and outer corners of my eyes will fade into nothing. I've struggled with it for years until one day, I thought I would experiment with this little bottle of wonderful. I'll get a little bit on a cotton swab, dab it on my inner and outer corners, and bam, I'm fierce for the rest of the day! If I'm using a loose shadow or pigment, I'll use this to help adhere it, or to help give it a little more shine. Overall, for $3, it's a steal. Packaging sucks, but I can manage. EDIT: I did manage to decant it into a small bottle my boyfriend got for me at the vape shop. It works so well! I have much more control with the specific bottle I have, it has a long metal nose dropper on it. I'm still a HUGE FAN of this stuff. It's like liquid gold to me. MUST HAVE. Holy grail status.
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on 5/9/2015 7:02:00 PM
More reviews by antiguru
Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
It does apply eyeshadow wonderfully as liner. That's all I've used it for. bottle
Bottle does leak if stored on side. It works but wrecks your shadows if you're using it directly with the pan. I try to limit use too cheap shadows I don't mind ruining or having to scrape.
on 3/15/2015 5:15:00 PM
More reviews by girrlbot
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
I needed something that I could mix with my black eyeshadow to tight line my upper lashes without having it fade or flake on my face. This stuff is amazing for that! I just dip my eyeliner brush into the liquid and then into whichever eyeshadow I want to use (typically black for tight lining) and use as if it were normal eyeliner. I never used the brush it came with though so I'm not quite sure how that holds up, but I'm very happy with the sealant itself.
on 9/30/2014 7:00:00 PM
More reviews by doubleglowwseven
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Love this! I was using this with a little black shadow to tightline and seal my eyeliner in with. And it works great! Then I pulled out my Laura Mercier cake liner. OMG!! Amazing!! Zero, zilch, absolutely NO transfer to the bottom lash line or any smudging at all!! All day!! I need some back ups and I'm going to try it on my brows like others have suggested.
on 1/12/2015 4:15:00 AM
More reviews by msyu
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Medium
I use this as a liner, not to seal in eyeshadows. I wet eyeshadow with this and use it as a colored liquid liner. The brush is not intended for this purpose though. I don't think I will repurchase because of non-necessity.
on 10/16/2014 10:31:00 PM
More reviews by Steelermummeh
Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine
I'm ever the cynic (comes from having a background in pharmaceuticals...and being a Virgo. One is bad enough, but both together? Sheeeesh!), so when I received this in an E.L.F haul I didn't really do much except immediately lose the little mixing doodad and get distracted. I suspect I'll find that doodad the exact same day the Universe is set to implode and I'll be sitting here thinking "Well, my "End Of The World" party is going to completely suck because my eyeshadow isn't locked in properly".Now it's Thursday night, I've just bought out Amazon's entire stock of A Much Beloved Drugstore Eyeshadow Brand, the football is on and I'm about to mix up my henna mix for tomorrow. Now is as good a time as any, right?So! It comes in a nondescript black plastic bottle which holds 15ml of product. There's a dropper-style top, and for those who are far more responsible than I there's also a little clear plastic mixing tray. Also present is a mini application brush (though as you'd probably guess, I lost that too and ended up using a Q-tip).Doesn't smell like anything (and I smell everything - almost obsessively), and the fluid is clear, if somewhat thinner than I'd expect. Now there are oodles of things it's meant to do, but I stuck with its primary function which is to... well, do what the label says, largely "setting" and "locking" your eye makeup. Dripped a few drips into the lid of a freshly opened bottle of water, dipped in my trusty Q-tip and swept it very lightly across the gussied-up lid. Rinse and repeat (well, there's no need to rinse) for the other eyelid.Sit and waited 5 minutes while I was wondering what the heck was happening because the Jets are in the lead...and they're playing the Pats. No change in make up even after a hearty rub.Okay! Now I shall go about my business for ten minutes.Came back to the desk.Tentatively rubbed my eye (see? I'm willing to risk life and limb in order to make things safer for you!),Nope, nothing happening.10 minutes later, I'm as surprised as Geno Smith must be. I can't even deliberately smudge my eyeshadow.I mean SERIOUSLY. This makeup will.not.smudge! Given that I can tell within about minus 10 seconds whether something is going to irritate me, this one is going into the "Yes, please!" drawer.Please do not recklessly ignore your eyes though.
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