You know those products you receive that make you literally squeal with joy? That’s exactly what Benefit’s new They’re Real! Push-Up Liner is for me, and yes, I let out a loud squeal when I received it!
Thanks to Generation Beauty, I was able to get my hands on this new product before they go on sale. Push-Up Liner is definitely drool-worthy. =)
Following the hysteria over Benefit’s They’re Real! mascara (marvelous, by the way), Benefit’s They’re Real! Push-Up Liner is a long-lasting gel liner formula in a pen with a slanted tip to give you that perfect wing or cat eye. A little twist of the base pushes up the product, and one to two clicks is enough to line each eye. (For the first application, remove the orange cap and twist the base many times until the gel reaches the tip.)
Ah-freaking-mazing is the best way to describe this eyeliner. Benefit hit it out of the park. The gel liner pen is fluid and you get nice, crisp lines. The application takes once or twice to get used to, but after that, you’re a winged-liner pro. The pointed tip is also slightly flexible, which allows it to hug the lash line and effortlessly creates a natural thin line or a look-at-me thick line.
The angled tip also makes it incredibly easy to create a winged look. Just dot and press the angled edge against your eye to form a line – instant wing!
Push Up Liner is waterproof so it lasts all day, even with my ridiculously watery eyes (but I always wear eye primer for any eyeliner or shadow). And it doesn’t smudge or smear, so most people can go from day to night without touching up your eyeliner. The gel formula gives you a matte, deep black line.
In the photo above, I played around with my go-to wing and then added some Egyptian flare. I can see both consumers and makeup artists using Push-Up Liner. The tip is easy to clean, so muas can use it from person to person.
This is probably my favorite Benefit product so far – gel liner in a tube with a flexible tip! Why didn’t anyone think of this sooner?!
The product in the post was provided by the manufacturer for consideration. My opinions in this post are my own and not affected by any press product.