Precise Flicks : Urban Decay Razor Sharp Liquid Eyeliners.

Urban Decay Razor sharp long wear liquid eyeliners

The new-ish Urban Decay Razor Sharp long wear liquid eyeliners not only do what they say on the tin BUT they also come in a beautiful array of 20 SHADES! They are water-resistant and amongst the 20 shades there is a multitude of different finishes including matte-cream, metallics & shimmer.

I have 3 shades which I was kindly sent including the Cuff (Silver), Retrograde (Purple) and my unexpected personal favourite ‘Street’ (Deep Forest Green). I love the fact that there are so many colours to choose from as opposed to the typical 3-5 that a brand will usually bring out and there is your more unusual colours such as fuschia, red and silver.

The eyeliners a fine brush tip, which allows very thin and precise lining. Personally I find it slightly easier with a harder nib but I think most people prefer this thin-brush-type applicator? The pay off is really intense and you don’t need to go over the line to make it more dense : one swipe is enough.

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Once they are applied they dry really quickly and DO NOT BUDGE. As in, they are so long wear that you may even struggle to get them off! Hooray for my intense oil double-cleansing routine in the PM…that’s all I’m sayin’.

I haven’t ever really worn a green-type liner but the deep murky olive hues of ‘Street’ is actually my favourite shade, and a really nice alternative to my typical black or brown that I opt for on a day-to-day basis. (This is what I have on in the above snap + some aqua shadow)

They cost £16 which seems to kinda be the standard price at the moment for a good quality liquid eyeliner. A reasonable price tag for the amount of wear & longevity these eyeliners give.

Have you tried the UD Razor Sharp eyeliners yet? What is your favourite liquid eyeliner?