Catrice Long Lasting Eyeliner in Pearly Bird

I picked this up during the summer when I was in Spain and I have been using it almost everyday since, I absolutely love it.  It was so hard to decide what shade to go for but I chose shade Pearly Bird as I didn’t have anything like this at the time and thought that it would be perfect for using on the waterline.

Catrice Eyeliner

Pearly Bird is a really pretty shade, it’s a shimmery champagne colour which I feel when used on the waterline really helps to brighten up eyes (great if you haven’t had a lot of sleep) and I think it makes eyes look slightly bigger.  Due to it having a waterproof formula it lasts all day on the waterline or if you choose to use it on your lid.  I find that if your skin, if you want to blend it then you have to be quick, as after about 30 seconds it doesn’t budge.  I really wish that I had bought these in more colours as I sometimes forget to not rub my eyes when I have liner on; if you have tried any of the other shades I would love to know what you thought of them and if they are as good as this one.

Catrice Eyeliner

The eyeliner is a twist up one but it also has a little “sharpener” concealed at the bottom, which is just a little piece of plastic.  As the pencil is quite soft this sharpens it fine, although I have to admit that I haven’t really used it.  But I think it’s nice that it is included and would be perfect if you wanted a really perfect thin line.  As you can see in the picture below you get a lot of product for your money.

Catrice Eyeliner

Catrice Eyeliner

If you can get your hands on any of the Catrice eyeliners than I would recommend that you give them a try.  I’m it sure how much this was as I bought it when I was on holiday in Spain but I do remember that it was not expensive.  Have you tried any of the Catrice eyeliner, what did you think of them?  Is there any of their other products that you would recommend?

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