Sunday, June 24, 2012

Amazonian clay waterproof liner

I was first introduced to pot liners by a friend, who ever so kindly sent me a pot (Wet 'n Wild) awhile back when I lived in Upstate NY. I love it so much more than regular eyeliners. I have since then lost my first pot liner and decided to pick up this one by Tarte which I loooove just as much. The brush it comes with is a lot better than the Wet 'n Wild one. One side is a small angled brush and the other is a thin liner.

Infused with micronized clay and reinforced by our natural waterproofing agent, these plush shadow/liners are a must for creating intense and long-lasting high definition eyes. Our high-performance natural™ Amazonian clay is nature's most perfect ingredient, lending deep color pigments while nourishing skin, reducing surface oil and improving overall texture for smooth application.

Our botanical waterproofing agent is earth engineered from a blend of natural plant waxes to form an impermeable layer that protects against rain, sweat, tears and creasing. The fusion of technologies results in an intense yet smooth cream that can be smudged onto lids as an all over shadow or used as a high definition liner using the double-ended brush included with each shade. emphasEYES™ shadow/liners are housed in an airtight jar to keep product cushion intact from start to finish, so no matter the look the result is a precise and waterproof finish.

What I love most about these pot liners are that they do not budge, smudge or flake and they last pretty much all day long! I purchased mine at Ulta last fall and I believe it was about $22. Though, now and days, a lot of drugstore brands also have created their own pot liners. Wet 'n Wild was pretty good at about $5. Definitely purchase this product if you want an eyeliner that could last you all day!


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