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Product Review:: Milani Infinite Liquid Eyeliner

Monday, May 14, 2012


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When it comes to makeup I'd like to say that I've evolved quite a bit,less is definitely more and all I need is a good foundation,blush, mascara and a great lip. It's very rare these days that I even break out the eyeshadow but with Spring here and Summer fast approaching I knew my eyes needed a pop of color so I opted to give the Milani Infinite Eyeliners a try.


The Details::
 This waterproof long lasting formula adds color intensity to your eye. The thin and precise applicator brush makes application easy and flawless.

My Results::
Each time I've worn the Miliani Infinite Eyeliner I've been greeted with a host of compliments! The colors are rich and don't cause any irritation to the eye. Upon first use you may find that the formula is a bit thick and it may take you more than one try to get the hang of applying the eyeliner. 


I loved that the eyeliner never dried out or became flaky once applied to the eye and the color lasted all day and was easy to remove with a eye makeup remover. If you're like me and want to keep your makeup routine simple but fab you'll definitely want to pick up the Milani Infinite Eyeliners.


Ro Recommendation:: Yes!!
The Good:: Amazing color selection,Long lasting,Non-Irritating
The Bad:: The formula may take a bit of getting used to since it is a little think but that didn't make me love it any less.
Price:: $6.99
Ro's Rating:: A+

You definitely want to add these to your collection!
 

4 comments:

Kath TheFabZilla said...

I haven't tried this yet. Looks interesting, I hope it won't irritate my sensitive eyes.xo

BooBooNinja said...

Do you have any application tips?
I have problems working with the big brush. :(

RChelle Mullins said...

Hopefully it won't I'd say use it on your upper lash line just to be on the safe side.

RChelle Mullins said...

The brush isn't really that big, I think the built-in brush is great for application. Try wiping off the excess formula on the top of the container and applying a small amount.

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