The newest product launch from Makeup Geek are the Full Spectrum Eye Liners. These very creamy and pigmented pencils come in ten shades, eight of which happen to also be vegan. When I first heard that these were coming out, I couldn’t wait to try them out. The Makeup Geek shadows are some of my favorites out there and I was curious what the Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencils would be like.
In this post, I share the eight vegan shades with you and my initial thoughts on each shade and the formula in general.
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Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner in Cobalt – This is a gorgeous bright and bold blue. The color on application is exactly what you would expect from the packaging.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Espresso – This is a very rich, deep brown. It’s really gorgeous when you want a dark liner look but want a change from using black.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Mint – This pretty pastel shade is perfect for spring! I was really impressed with how pigmented this shade was. It really stands out as a pretty pop of color.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Nude – The perfect pencil for brightening up the waterline! The shade is bright, but not so bright that it looks unnatural. It really opened up my eyes.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Obsidian – Unlike most pencil lines, this black liner applies just as dark as a gel or liquid liner does.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Ocean – This pretty metallic teal is gorgeous. I love how it looks used on the waterline. It’s slightly less metallic than I was expecting from the packaging, but still very unique.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Plumeria – This mix of red, purple, and brown is so unique. I found that using it to tight line, along with black liner on my lashline, really added a lot of depth to even basic eye looks.
Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencil in Spice – Most liner collections seems to be missing a subtle brown liner. This shade is perfect to add a little bit of subtle definition without it looking like you’re wearing eye liner at all.
The Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liner Pencils are definitely very creamy and very pigmented. I found that they work amazing to tight line my eyes and on my waterline. When using them on my lids, I needed to use a very powerful eye primer in order to keep them from smudging and transferring color. I am happy with them overall, but wish that they had more staying powder on their own.
Do you have any of the Makeup Geek Full Spectrum Eye Liners? What do you think of them?
If you’re curious what other vegan products Makeup Geek offers, check out the Makeup Geek Vegan Products List.
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Last Updated on April 29, 2016