If you’re looking for an eyeliner that stays put – look no further. This gel formula dries down to the perfect matte black finish and it is the darkest black liner I have ever tried. For those who struggle with liquid and pen liners – use this liner with a good angled brush to get the ultimate precision – especially when creating a winged liner. I recommend the Real Techniques Angled Liner 202 Brush (from the Bold Metals Collection) for the application of this liner. It comes in a pot with a screw-top (make sure this is tightened well after use to ensure that the product doesn’t dry out and crack). If the product does dry out, Inglot’s Duraline drops will sort it out. The liner applies smoothly, and dries down very quickly – and once it dries it does not budge – not even from the water line of the eye! However because the formula dries down so well, you can feel it on the water and tight line. To avoid that ‘dry’ feeling, simply apply the AMC liner to your water and tight line, and then trace over with a pencil gel liner; my favourites are the 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil from Urban Decay in shade Perversion, or the LA Girl Glide Gel Liner in Black. In conclusion – the AMC Eyeliner from Inglot offers the best performance out of all the gel eyeliners I’ve tried – and is one of the only gel formulas that ensure a winged liner that won’t smudge.
Liner for the Perfect Wing
Monday, 22 August 2016