Sugarpill's Stella and Birthday Girl Chromalust eyeshadows mixed with a drop of sealing gel
How to use it: Take a knife, spatula or other sharp object and scrape off a little bit of your pressed eyeshadow, or scoop up your pigment. Put the shadow on a clean surface and mix with a tiny drop of sealing gel. Voilá! You now have made your own eyeliner. Awesome, huh? :)
Price: £7.00 for one bottle containing 6ml 0.2 FL. OZ.
Since I'm much of an eye makeup girl it might be a little bit harder to guess that I am obsessed about lipsticks as well. My collection is ever growing and of course I had to take the opportunity to add another couple of dark wine-reds to it. :)
The first one is the new shade, Shard, which is part of the recently launched Sacred hour collection. This lipstick is just amazing! The texture glides on smoothly to create a velvety matte finish with a rather unique reddish purple shade. I didn't find this one as dry as the other Illamasqua lipsticks I have tried out, but you should still be careful with it if you have very dry lips. Of course the dryness makes it extra long-lasting.
Growl is a gorgeous dark, mahogany red that would be the lipstick if it hadn't been for one thing, it is so damn hard to apply it evenly. It is not as bad as Disciple though, but I do wish that the formula had been slightly thinner.
Price: £16.50 for NET WT. 4g 0.14 OZ.
The fourth and last thing that found its way into my shopping cart was the sapphire blue pigment Alluvium. It reminds me a little bit of MAC's Deep truth but also contains golden sparkles. It is a lovely pigment that will make a pretty eyeliner indeed! :)
Price: £16.50 for NET WT. 1.3g 0.04 OZ.
Which pigment or eyeshadow would you want to make into an eyeliner? :)
Thank you a lot for reading and hope that you liked these swatches!