6 May 2014

Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eyeliners | Review & Swatch

Carrying on the theme of my recent obsession with Stila, I have today some Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eyeliners, £13 here.  If you read my blog, you know I have a thing for eyeliners – obsession is the word.  I got this set around Christmas time because I felt every single colour in the set, I’d wear.

The five colours are Angelfish, Tetra, Stargazer, Moray and Oscar Fish.  These were limited edition; however they have a wide range, something like 29 colours! You’re basically spoilt for choice.  

Angelfish is a beautiful champagne/pink shimmery colour, Tetra is a deep shimmery purple, Stargazer is black with gold/silver shimmer, Moray is a golden olive shimmer and Oscar Fish is a brown with golden shimmer.  I love each and every colour.

The packaging is really beautiful and you wind up the eyeliner as you use it.  It is really easy to use.  The formula is the softest, most buttery feeling eyeliner ever known to human race.  I know that’s a bold claim, but I’m pretty confident.  The application is super smooth and feels velvety as you apply it.  They are very highly pigmented so you don’t need to keep applying to create an intense look.  The colours are also very vibrant.  The eyeliners are extremely long-lasting and sets almost gel-like.  When taking it off, it doesn't come off easily obviously being waterproof.  I used coconut oil and gently rubbed to take it off.  Alternatively, if you’re using Bioderma, just hold the cotton pad soaked in Bioderma for 20-30 seconds and it comes off easy enough.

I feel like I've been deprived of knowing how good eyeliners can be!  I haven’t tried anything comparable to these yet, and I highly doubt I will.  I absolutely adore the packaging, formula and longevity.  I have a feeling I will soon have a collection of these in my stash.  I highly recommend these to any eyeliner lovers like me.

Have you tried the Stila Smudge Stick waterproof Eyeliners?  What’s your favourite Stila product?  Leave a comment below or tweet me @aspiring_london!


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