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I’m very picky when it comes to eyeliner for a few reasons. 1) My eyes water like crazy ALL the time and 2) I like precision and pigmentation. Let’s start by hitting on the first. This Younique eyeliner is water resistant (a must for me) and smudge proof. It actually stays put when I tightline my eyes which is something I can’t do with my regular marker/liquid eyeliner. Secondly, it is very pigmented and glides on easily. I like to do a cat eye when I wear eyeliner so it was a little difficult with the pencil but Younique was the easiest pencil I’ve found that can do one. It also works amazing for a smokey eye look. Another plus is that it’s infused with jojoba oil that provides moisture and hydration. I hate when eyeliners are too dry because then they don’t go on as smoothly but that was definitely not the case with this eyeliner. Oh and there are 10 different shades including a white, which is what I like to line my bottom with to make my eyes pop.
A few more facts on the eyeliner:
- Fragrance free
- Paraben free
- Latex free
- Sulfate free
- PABA & BPA free
- Not tested on animals
It’s an eyeliner that works good and is made of good things. More specifically, made without the bad things. I love companies that offer all natural products because my skin is so sensitive and I hate putting crap on it.
- Moonstruck Precision Pencil Eyeliner
- Bronzer Lotion sample
- Handwritten “thank you” note
- Info on the products I received
- Personalized note
- A card introducing their new line with contact info
If you want to get an eyeliner (or more products) from Younique, contact Amanda Yzaguirre at 239-273-9446 or visits her website here. I went to high school with her and she’s super sweet and very crafty like me. I mean do you see how cute that handwritten thank you note is? I LOVE her handwritting. And remember, it matters who you buy from when doing business with companies like these. It’s the distributors who make all the difference.
*Thank you to Amanda for providing me with the eyeliner for this post! All opinions are my own, as always.2