Wet 'n' Wild H2O Liquid Liner – A Review

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It’s been a long time since I wrote a review, it’s been a long time since I wrote a blog post in general. But here I am, back in the game.

I have loved eyeliner, with wings especially, since I bought my first liquid liner at the age of 14. I have loved ¬†makeup and beauty in general, since way before I was a teenager. My biggest love is that has quite some years now, is nails and I own about 150 nail polishes right now. I do not personally think it’s a lot, but people around me seems to think so.

Now, back to the liners. When it comes to things I look for in an eyeliner, I want it to be black as possible, long lasting and waterproof. And with my economy, I do prefer it to cost as little as possible. And This one does the trick. It is not the most opaque liner if you use a very thin layer, but all you need to do is go over the spot again, and you’re fine. It really does last a long time, even tho it may budge a little when you first put it on, since it’s a liquid liner, it takes a little while to dry completely. And with that being said, you do need to be a bit careful, and not look down or open your eyes too much, especially if you like thicker wings, or else it may transfer on to your eyelids. And that is sort of a hell. Because it does really not move after that, if you don’t use makeup remover, but that can be a bit tricky and may ruin parts of your eyeshadow.

But in all honesty, for the price of this I don’t think you can get much better than this. I payed around 20 SEK for this, which is about 2.30 USD, 2 EUR and 1.50 GBP.

In conclusion, this is my favourite eyeliner, it’s cheap and does what I want it to really well. I’ve used it for about a year and I am currently on my second bottle. I will hopefully be able to repurchase it when I start to run out of this one, since it is a bit hard to get a hold of.


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