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Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil

Hey guys! Today’s post is on something I have started using again after a good while from Milani. Here’s Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil.

Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil

Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil (shot to show shade names)

These are described on their website with the following:

“We call this gel-based pencil “liquid-like” for good reason: It has all the impact of liquid, but it’s so much easier to use. Available in matte and shimmer finishes, it glides on and doesn’t smudge. And because this one is “propel” and never needs sharpening, it’s quick, quick, quick. You and your beautifully defined eyes are out the door in a flash.”

These are very easy to use and is available in 5 shades. I have blogged about these a few years ago when it came in a different name, Milani Liquif’Eye Metallic Eye Liner Pencil. These feel a little bit drier compared to those and surprisingly I love the Jordana 12 HR Made To Last Liquid Eyeliner Pencil version even more. It does last a long time with minimal wear and it’s very easy to apply. The formula from Milani and Jordana for these make them my holy grail eyeliners to date. They’re so pigment, so smooth to apply just like gel and they don’t budge. The ones shown here are the retractable version. I personally prefer the sharpenable version and part of the reason is I think they’re more moist/less dry but that’s a matter of opinion really and the difference I see in what I have (I have both versions) is minimal. Shown in shots below are one stroke of black followed by one stroke of brown.

Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil Swatches (in shade)

Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil Swatches (direct sunlight)

Milani Liquid Eye Liquid-Like Eye Liner Pencil Swatches (with flash)

These retail for $7.99 each. I’d gladly pay that price for these. You can get these on their website or at your local Walgreens or KMart.

*Products in this review have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*

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