Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner
I’ve tried quite a few of the Revolution Pro products since their launch earlier this year and I’ve discovered both some amazing products such as the Revolution Pro Foundation Drops and some disappointing products such as the Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Concealer. When it comes to eyeliner, I feel like Makeup Revolution haven’t really nailed the pencil eyeliner formula but their Renaissance Flick Felt Tip Liner is one of my favourites. Determined to find a decent drugstore pencil eyeliner, I decided to try the Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner although I haven’t read any reviews so I had no idea if they were any good, but for £3 each I figured they were worth a try and I bought two shades.
The Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner is available in a total of eight shades; White, Silver, Purple, Nude, Gold, Brown, Black and Blue. I chose the Nude and Black shades as I like to use a nude liner within my lower waterline, and I use a black pencil eyeliner everytime I wear makeup.
My all time favourite eyeliner pencils are the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eyeliner Pencils as they’re incredible, longlasting and available in so many different shades and finishes, and I have over 20 of them as I love them so much. I am still to discover a drugstore eyeliner pencil that offers longevity with a smudge-proof formula so I had high hopes that the Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner might be the ‘one’.
The Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner formula really impressed me especially for £3 as they’re extremely smooth, and glide across the skin with no pulling or skipping. The swatches above include both shades, and the top swatch of each shade is one single swipe of the pencil and the bottom is multiple swipes just to show how opaque they are, and they are almost completely opaque in just one swipe. They’re creamy, easy to apply and completely matte so for me they tick all of the boxes especially as they last well on the eyes without smudging, creasing of transferring either.
For under £5 I honestly don’t think you’ll be able to find a better eyeliner than the Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner formula, and whilst I’ve seen a few negative reviews on the metallic shades within the range, both Nude and Black have blown me away and I would definitely recommend trying them if you’re on the hunt for the perfect drugstore eyeliner pencil.
I’d love to know what your favourite eyeliner pencil is?
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