Monday, June 2, 2014

NARS Larger than Life Eyeliner

Hello Everyone!
Have you ever stumbled upon a product randomly that has literally changed your life? These NARS liners have been that product for me the past few months.

I decided to go with the basics when I first ordered these. I went with a deep black and a dark brown. I honestly haven't heard much about these in the beauty industry so I decided to try them out.  They are the same basic idea as any other pencil liner the only difference being that they twist up instead of sharpening them.

I have tried many other brands of pencil liners such as Urban Decay, Makeup Forever, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, MAC and none of them can even compare to the lasting power of these liners. These liners stay put from morning until I wash my makeup off in the evening. They do not smudge or fade.

I was actually shocked the first time I applied these. I normally apply my liner on the lash line and then go and smudge it out with a brush. But when I applied this liner nothing was moving. It was like I had applied my eye liner with a sharpie. I was instantly in love.

These have been life savers during these hot summer months. I am so happy with this purchase and I wanted to share my love for these with the world.

These retail for $24.00 and you can purchase them on the NARS website, Sephora or any NARS counter. (Also for the pro's you can get a 40% discount on these on the NARS website.)

The only down side to these liners is that because they do not need to be sharpened, it is really hard to get a super thin line. If I am going for an extremely natural look I will take a tiny liner brush and brush off some of the product and apply it that way.

That being said, I am so happy with this purchase. Let me know if there are any shades in this line that you would recommend!

I hope this was helpful :)



  1. Hmmm, sounds like it'd be good for the waterline! I love how Urban Decay's pencils are super creamy and easy to blend, but they smudge a lot on me too.

    xx becky /

    1. Its great for the waterline! Yeah I agree with Urban Decay liners. Its a great pencil for smokiness but totally smudges. Thanks for reading :)