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Benefit They’re Real Push Up Liners
It’s been a while since I’ve tried my hand on colored liners because.. well, they look too flashy. Case in point, this red liner. So when Benefit came out with this range of colored eyeliners following their original Push-Up Gel Liner, I wasn’t really bouncing off the walls. Colored eyeliners, really? When I saw that I was sent a blue and a green shade, I thought to myself… “What blush and lipstick go well with BLUE liner?!”
I was prepared to churn out a less-than-excited review on these, but when I tried both liners on, I had to do some reassessment. First off, the shades aren’t bold or bright in any way. They’re darker and muted – olive and marine are more apt shade names. I would even go as far as saying, yes they are wearable. Yes, as in for actually going out of the house — without being afraid to get ‘those looks’ from others.
Same as the original liner, it comes in a twist-up pen that dispenses the gel from a flexible Accuflex tip. For the first use, you’d have to twist up around 20 times or more before the gel shows itself. It’s squishy, creamy gel that melts when it comes in contact with your lids so if you’ve dispensed more than the necessary amount, good luck with the challenge!
I usually click twice and help push out the gel with my fingers as seen above. With the optimum amount, the gel glides on effortlessly. I did find the Beyond Blue liner to be a bit flaky in application – as compared to the Beyond Green shade that doesn’t flake at all. Once the gel touches your lids, it almost instantly (around 3-5 seconds) turns matte and becomes unbudgeable.
A heads up — if you have oily skin and/or oily lids, this will transfer and smudge by the end of the day. But for those who don’t, this is virtually indestructible. I like using the Benefit They’re Real makeup remover to easily take off these liners and their mascara. With Bioderma or other waterproof makeup removers, I still take way too long. It’s like the brand purposely made it as such with the antidote only to be found with them. Touché, Benefit.
I paired both looks with a clean base, coral-tinted lips, barely-there tangerine blush and Benefit They’re Real brown mascara. I like how I don’t look too ‘intense’ in these shades even if I”m wearing “color” – I even like Beyond Green more than I think I would as it really pops without looking too flashy. Beyond Blue shade is a great alternative to black. It’s not the tacky, SM Dept. Store blue eyeshadow shade.
I’d love to know what you think of these. Yay or nay?
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