The culmination of a new LORAC/NASA collaboration, the brush attached to the cap of LORAC’s new Pro Cream Eyeliner + Brush will be sending Earth’s next unmanned spacecraft to Mars!
Just kidding. NASA had nothing to do with this product…but I still think the brush is pretty dope.
Unscrewing the end of the cap reveals the tiny brush tucked away inside. Hello, convenience.
I usually reach for gels or pencils to line my eyes, but I’ve been enjoying these long-wearing cream liners lately, which come in Dark Brown, Plum, Navy and Black ($19 each). Pretty great for softly lined eye looks and/or smudgy eyes.
The fluffy cream formula takes a good, long while to dry, allowing for enough time to manipulate it on my lids.
For soft eyeliner looks with diffused edges, like when I’m going for more of a natural look, I apply it with either the brush inside the cap, or Sonia Kashuk’s Bent Liner Brush, before blurring the edges further with a MAC 239.
The formula lasts on my lids for about eight hours, assuming I don’t fiddle with, or rub at my eyes (I know, bad habit).
And that brush, while convenient, isn’t something I’d want to use every day. Great for touch-ups when I’m out and about, but it’s awfully short and feels a little awkward in my paws.
AVAILABILITY: Available now at Sephora stores, Ulta and ulta.com
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: B+
Hard-hearted harbinger of haggis
“‘He wants you back,’ he screamed into the night air like a fireman going to a window that has no fire…”
So I Married an Axe Murderer is another one of those movies I can watch over and over again.
“Come, let us dance like children of the night!”
Haha! I love that scene.
It takes place in SF, too, so whenever I watch it I see some of my old stomping grounds.
Hope you had a good day today. See you in a few.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,