Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliners

While researching popular Australian beauty products, I found that most Aussie beauty bloggers and YouTubers love Face of Australia's Liquid Eyeliners. I first purchased the Black Liquid Eyeliner (because one can never have too much black eyeliner!) to see if I liked the formula, and after I wore it a couple of times, I went back and bought the remaining three colours.

 FOA Liquid Eyeliner

FOA Liquid Eyeliner

 Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliners front

Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliners front

 Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliners back

Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliners back

 Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliner Swatches in direct sunlight. L-R Navy, Brown, Charcoal & Black

Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliner Swatches in direct sunlight. L-R Navy, Brown, Charcoal & Black

 Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliner Swatches under indirect sunlight. L-R Navy, Brown, Charcoal & Black

Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliner Swatches under indirect sunlight. L-R Navy, Brown, Charcoal & Black

The Face of Australia Liquid Eyeliner comes with a small brush, which I found relatively easy to use. It's faster and easier to use than a gel eyeliner with a brush, however I think felt-tip liquid eyeliners are a bit easier to use than ones with brushes. Since my eyes are bit hooded, it took me a bit of practise to find the best way to draw the most flattering line. For me I find it easiest to lie the brush flat, running parallel to my lash line and drag it across my upper eyelid so the sides of the bristles keep the line straight. I start in the middle of my eyelid, then drag the line to the outer corner, do a flick/wing and then try and get a thinner line connecting from the inner corner to the middle of my eye. As with any liquid eyeliner, I wouldn't recommend this for the waterline as it can cause irritation.

 Wearing Face of Australia's Liquid Eyeliner in brown

Wearing Face of Australia's Liquid Eyeliner in brown

 Wearing FOA Liquid Eyeliner (top to bottom): Charcoal, Black & Navy

Wearing FOA Liquid Eyeliner (top to bottom): Charcoal, Black & Navy

It goes on wet and glossy but dries to a matte finish. I found Brown, Navy, and Black to be opaque in one swipe but Charcoal took a bit of re-applying to achieve full opacity. I haven't had any problems with smudging or fading, it lasts all day and washes off easily with water (it's not waterproof). I love how it comes in colours other than black which is great for days when I don't want something as harsh and severe as black eyeliner.

You can purchase these for $8.95 from PricelineBigWKmart and selected pharmacies. Priceline currently has a 3 for 2 offer on Face of Australia products.

 Face of Australia is cruelty-free :)