Review: Lime Crime Uniliner in Lazuli
Here's a review on Lime Crime's Uniliner in Lazuli
PLACE BOUGHT: The Balikbayan Box Sale
OTHER LOCATIONS: Lime Crime online
I remember telling a beauty blogger friend that I'm lemming for a cobalt blue eyeliner. And finally I have one: It's Lime Crime's Uniliner in Lazuli
The Uniliners are some of Lime Crime's newest products. It comes in an array of rainbow- like shades. It can be used alone, or can be stacked on top of traditional eyeliner. If you're adventurous enough, you can purchase a couple of shades and layer them on in one application!
Ingredients. Lime Crime prides themselves on their cruelty- free makeups. No unicorns were hurt during the creation of these eyeliners. :D
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It comes in a compact acrylic tube that's so easy to carry.
Here's the brush applicator. It has a fine body, but it's not as precise as I expected it to be. I've seen more pointy brushes than this. I don't really have a problem with the brush because I'm already good at lining my eyes. But for the benefit of those who are new to eyelining, I still think you won't have a hard time creating thinner and precise lines with the brush because it is not as dense and thick as traditional eyeliner applicators.
Lazuli is a color inspired by the semi- precious stone, Lapis Lazuli. These stones range from dark blue, to cobalt blue, and periwinkle blue. Lime Crime described Lazuli as a bright blue color with a purple undertone. But to me, it's Cobalt Blue! Yey!
Product glides on easily, dries up quickly, and doesn't sting. However, I wish it were more opaque. I find that its consistency is a bit watery, and it took me three swipes to achieve this color payoff. For reference, I have very oily lids. It stays on all day without streaking and smudging but at the end of the day, it fades for just a bit. So I use an eye primer underneath to help retain the color's vibrance. You can still use it sans the help of eye primer because it doesn't smear, but I would still recommend it anyway because the product performs better with it.
Photo Credits: limecrime.com
It comes in 5 eye popping shades. I'm lemming for Citreuse (Yellow Green) and 6th Element (Orange)!
I would buy it again because the colors are unique and lovely. It's an easy way to wear statement eye makeup, and not an outrageous way to spice up your eyes. Lazuli makes my eyes pop, and it makes my makeup interesting. In fact, people would always pay my eyes a compliment whenever I'm wearing Lazuli!
If you're interested, please inquire and order through THE BALIKBAYAN BOX SALE on Facebook.
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