Review: Kat Von D Ink Liner

DSC_0893 2There has been a push in cosmetics lately and it seems like a lot of brands are out there with colored liquid liner. But, some of the colors I have tried have been disappointing. Some have no pigmentation, so you have to go over and over to get the look you want. Others have brushes I don’t like, the NYX one for example. I saw the Kat Von D new Ink Liners on Sephora and they seemed to be good. I gave it a shot. DSC_0859

While I wish I could’ve ordered a purple and light lilac purple or forest green and mint green, I went with the next best thing: blues! I got Nerdrum and Nietzsche.   Nerdrum is a cobalt blue and Nietzsche is more of a periwinkle.   The white looks pretty interesting. I wanted to get that, but then I wasn’t sure how I would use it. Any tips? DSC_0891 2

 The tip on these liners is NOT like the tattoo liquid liner that is a cult favorite from her line. That has a tapered fine brush tip, while these liners have a felt tip. What I noticed most is that this is much more firm than that of Stila’s, for example. The “stamping” method works well with these because of that.

DSC_0888 2 Pigmentation is on point with these. Check out the swatches!

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With Flash:

DSC_0889 2This stuff is just insane. She is the QUEEN. As I said before, I wish there were purples and more greens, but who knows. Maybe in time she will expand this range.

DSC_0864 2 Do you have any of these liners? If so, what do you think? If not, are you planning on picking some up?

Until next time, plant nothing but love.


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