17 Cosmetics is one of my favourite high street brands, not only because the products are of a good quality for a high street brand, but also because they are so affordable! I was invited along to the launch of 6 new eyeliners that they are bringing out this autumn, and me being a girl who is never seen without eyeliner, it was perfect for me!
Vanesa Guallar, 17’s Creative Director and Makeup Artist to the stars, was at the event showing us the 6 different looks which can be created using the new liners. I didn’t really realise there could be so many different types of eyeliners, and there will definitely be one for everyone in this collection, depending on the look you’re after.
These 6 new eyeliners include –
Tattoo Me Semi-Permanent Eyeliner (link) – This is a little crazy, but this product boasts up to a 48 hours wear! I’m not sure why you would want to wear an eyeliner for 48 hours straight (maybe at a festival or party weekend) but I’ll be putting this to the test to see if it is true to it’s claims!
Make Your Mark Soft Eyeliner Pen (link) – I love eyeliner pens and finding myself using them more and more. This pen has a felt tip like nib which allows for precise application.
High Drama Intense Liquid Liner (link) – This liner is very pigmented which provides an intense look with just a sweep of product. You can use this to create either a thin or thick line, allowing you to achieve the look you want.
Smoulder Gel Eyeliner (link) – Everyone loves a gel liner and these have been appearing more and more on the high street. I’ve just finished up my MAC’s Blacktrack Fluidline so I’ll be trying this next. The gel liner comes with a small brush for application.
Lacquer Liner Wet Look Finish (link) – This liner does what the name suggests and leaves you with a wet look finish, great for the gothic, rocky trend this A/W.
Jumbo Perk & Paint Liner (link) – I love kohl eye pencils so this fat liner is pretty amazing. On one side you have an intense black shade and on the other there is a brightening pink shade, perfect for highlighting and creating a smokey look.
I’ll be writing up a full review of all of these individual eyeliners very soon; I’ve been trying them already and I’m in love with them all, so I can’t wait to show you swatches and what I think!
What are your favourite 17 products? What eyeliner sounds perfect for you?