Monday, November 17, 2008

Enhance Your Eyes With Minerals

Ah, eyeliner. It's an obsession for some and forgotten by others. Eyeliner enhances the shape and color of the eyes and adds either drama or subtle glamor depending on how it's applied.

I recently had the pleasure to try out mineral eyeliner from J.Lynne Cosmetics. Their Smoulder Collection of mineral eyeliners includes amazing colors in fun-sounding names. Here are the colors in this collection:
  • Coquette: rich, aquatic teal with blue-green undertones
  • Charmer: deep emerald green
  • Mistress: deep midnight blue with silver undertones
  • Drama Queen: rich, luxe cool purple
  • Tart: deep, sultry black-cherry scarlet
  • Strumpet: deep, smoky taupe suede with cool gray undertones
  • Tigress: rich bronze with golden undertones
  • Femme Fatale: deep copper brown with burgundy undertones
  • Flirt: deep, smouldering brown-black espresso
  • Vamp: ultra-deep jet black
The intensity of the colors is incredible and completely adjustable. If you want a smoky eye, just apply the liner dry, with an eyeliner brush. If you want a fun, dramatic and intense look, mix some of the color with a drop of eye drop solution and you're good to go.

I tried using the colors both ways (dry and wet) and they are easy to apply...much easier than products like liquid eyeliner. And whether you go wet or dry, you'll get a great looking end product.

The colored mineral eyeliners would be a lot of fun to wear for the upcoming holiday season. They'll add some sparkle and mystery to your look.

If you want to try out all the colors, J.Lynne offers a sample sized set of all the colors for only $12.50. $12.50 to try out 10 different colors, resulting in 20 different looks for only $12.50? That's a great deal! And you only need to use a little bit of the product to get a unique look, so you can get several day's of wear out of each little jar.

Here are a few other things you should know about J.Lynne: their a cruelty-free company, and none of their products contain chemicals, synthetics, or fillers. Not bad! Try these eyeliners--they rock!

1 comment:

phairhead said...

as an eyeliner afficionado, i am really amped to see such a cool product.