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REVIEW: The Body Shop Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling



REVIEW: The Body Shop Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling

♥♥♥ HAPPY NEW YEAR my sweethearts ♥♥♥

I woke up today morning thinking about doing something new, adding a spark to ISLM this new year... Of course I have no idea what exactly I want to do but I know it has to be something explosive and exciting that would mark 2015 as a year of turning over a leaf... I know the idea would come to me eventually as the seed has laready been planted in my mind...

I am rambling, am I not? :)

So anyways, as I wait to do something sparkling for ISLM this year, one thing I know I can do for sure is start the year with a Spark and so the post today is a review of The Body Shop Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling.

Price of The Body Shop Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling

It costs INR 895/-

The Body Shop Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling is a clear liquid liner with lots of silver sparkle, chunky silver sparkle... The first coat gives a medium sprinkling of sparkle and then it can be built up with repeated coats...

It comes in a clear plastic container with a long black cap that has a liner brush attached at one end... The packaging is a regular liquid liner sort of packaging with the only exception of the container being transparent so that all the sparkly bits are visible from the outside making the whole thing look really attractive!

The Body Shop Glitter Eyeliner in Sparkling is waterproof that can easily be removed with either soap or makeup remover. It dries up quickly, does not smudge and last for more than 6 hours very easily.
Consistency wise like any liquid liner, it is runny and does not irritate or burn the eye.

Overall Rating:

This is a very pretty eyeliner that adds a dash of spice to your regular look. If you are looking for something to add that spark then this is worth a try!


  1. I bought this today :D You look like a Doll. Happy New year :)

  2. You look so pretty!!Love this liner.


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