Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012 ~ Photos, Swatches, Review

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Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012

I first introduced you to the Annabelle SmudgePaints with the shade Skyline. If you are looking for an affordable, incredibly long wearing, multi purpose eye product then the Annabelle SmudgePaints will not disappoint. There are five shades in the permanent lineup and every one is lovely.

Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012

Catch the latest trend for smeared eyelids with Smudgepaint. Daytime eyeliner or all-night party smudge, these long-lasting colours will survive anything life throws at you! Innovative built-in brush, easy to use. Highly pigmented shades. Crease-resistant finish that glides on smoothly. 24h wear, Mineral oil & Petrolatum free. Paraben free. Phthalates free. Synthetic Fragrance free. Water resistant. Waterproof.Size: 0.07 OZ / 2 g

Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012

Glitzy Black is a limited edition release for the holidays. It is an intensely inky black with a glossy finish and subtle sparkle. I was so impressed with this when I tested it out. It makes such an impactful, glossy black liner but also smudges out smoothly to be used as a base or shadow. When smudging out a cream product I always like to set with a powder product on top for longevity and blending purposes but I can guarantee you with this product it is not going anywhere without a good makeup remover. I have had it on the back of my hand since yesterday through multiple hand washings, a shower, and scrubbing and it is still there.

Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012

The cap hides a brush which is of decent quality but a bit on the stiff side so I prefer to use my own brushes.

Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012

Now the look below is not the best by any means. I had no intention of posting it and have no other makeup on. I was simply testing out the product by applying heavily as a liner all around my eyes and waterline as well as smudging it on the lid. Even though I slapped it on in a hurry with the included brush I was impressed enough with it’s performance to throw a bit of Fyrinnae Mischievous Sidhe on top just to see how it would look. Even though my lines are messy I thought it would be worth sharing with you so you could see just how glossy and intense a look it creates and how nicely it blends out.

Annabelle SmudgePaint in Glitzy Black for Holiday 2012

The Annabelle SmudgePaints retail for $10.95.

*Product provided for my consideration. All reviews are always my own honest and unbiased opinions.

1 Comment

  • Isabel says:

    I wish my gel-cream liner applications looked that good when I do it ‘in a hurry”, as you claim to have done it! ;o) I’m glad you enjoyed it.
    @Mtl_MissIPP

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