Hello Lovey Dovey Lovebirds,
Do you guys remember my post on Miss Hana CC cream and how it was, only, like, the most amazing CC cream ever? I’ve got 2 more Miss Hana products AND a Solone (Alice in Wonderland) product – all eyeliners – to share with you!!! I am definitely a #1 fan of Miss Hana (you’ll see why if you keep reading…) and as a beauty blogger, I am excited to ALWAYS try new products – and if you guys are familiar with certain Asian brands of eye makeup (ahem the famous Dollywink ahem) you would know why I am super open to constantly exploring different options!
Saying YES to new products can definitely be eye-opening, and they are always full of surprises (which girl doesn’t like surprises?), and I am the guinea pig in testing out these products so YOU guys can be informed on whether they are bad or good surprises.
Amber from Beauty Chamber sent me these 3 eyeliners along with the Miss Hana CC Cream a few weeks ago, and I am a die-hard convert fan of Miss Hana now. From left to right, the picture entails:
2) Miss Hana Waterproof Eyeliner Gel Pencil (OMG MAD LOVE)
Actual swatches of the eyeliners.
Miss Hana Black eyeliner – will not smudge, transfer, and is completely waterproof and oil-proof.
Miss Hana Jewel Eyeshadow Liner – a pink/champagne toned eyeliner with micro-sparkles and glitters in it – very pretty just wearing it by itself or using it to brighten up the inner corners of your eyes.
Solone Liquid Role Switching Eyeliner – rich black liner suitable for beginners, marker-like tip to reduce errors
Close up of the eyeliners
Miss Hana Jewel Eyeshadow Liner (upper 2 pictures) – one end (twist) for the pencil shimmer and one end for the smudger (which in my opinion CAN be a little softer, since smudging anything on the eye tends to create rubbing motions that may lead to premature wrinkles…)
Miss Hana waterproof eyeliner – My favorite. Kohl/gel type eyeliner that is miraculously smudge-proof, even for waterlines! (see below picture)
Solone Role Switching Liquid Eyeliner – has a very fine and sharp tip, almost like that of a felt-tip marker with a super pointy end – it’s perfect for beginners, and it’s so easy to use, it literally feels like you’re drawing on your eyes with a fine-tip marker! Another thing I like about the Solone eyeliner is that its bristles aren’t super flabby (so that it flops around when you’re lining your eyes) or super hard ( so you don’t feel like you’re dragging a sharp object around your eyeballs.. I’ve had that happen to me with several Maybelline liners and it is NOT comfortable)
Here’s how I would use all three of the eyeliners to create a simple, innocent doll-eyed look.
Step 1: Apply the Miss Hana Jewel Eyeshadow all over your lids, using the smudger end to blend everything. This creates a subtle but natural sparkling finish to your lids without looking too over-done
Step 2: Line your eyes (including waterline) with the Miss Hana Black Waterproof liner – i cannot stress this enough. IT’S PERFECT FOR WATERLINING and it’s not going ANYWHERE.
Step 3: Draw on individual bottom lashes using the Solone Liquid Eyeliner – it’s perfect because it creates little strokes of lines perfectly!
Step 4: Highlight the inner corner of your eyes using the Miss Hana Jewel Eyeshadow!
Ta-DAh!!!! The finished look. Of course you can create way more looks that what I did! Check out my previous tutorial if you want more details on big eyed dolly look!
If I have ONE recommendation, you have to have to get your hands on the Miss Hana Waterproof liner. I’m not even joking how amazingly smudge-proof it is, no wonder it’s Taiwan #1 Selling brand!
You can also get the Miss Hana Jewel Eyeshadow Liner Waterproof , and the Solone (Alice in Wonderland Collection) Role Switching Liquid Eyeliner from Beauty ChAmber. They’ve recently revamped the website, so it’s more user-friendly to browse and shop there! (and did I mention Amber is amazing?)
They carry a wide range of taiwan, japanese, and korean skincare/makeup products, and
THEY SHIP WORLDWIDE!
Happie Shopping and Happie Valentine’s Day Loves!!!