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Marc Jacobs highliners reviewed

I recently received my first Voxbox since signing up to the @influenster app, and I was pretty chuffed to be selected to try some Marc Jacobs highliners, having never tried anything from the brand I was excited to get using them.

The Marc Jacobs matte highliners are gel eye crayons, they come in 12 shades from black to vibrant pink and blue shades, they are richly pigmented and glide on like a dream. The collection is very 80's inspired helping you to recreate the vibrant looks of the decade. Once applied the crayon takes 15/20 seconds to dry so if you are planning to blend it out do it quick cause once the highliner dries it ain't going know where, it's there for the day. Talking of blending out, the creamy formula means it blends a dream if you want to create a smokey eye. They also work beautifully in the water line or as a prefer on the lower lash line.
Marc Jacobs Highliner
Marc Jacobs highliner

I have two shades (pop)ular a vibrant pink*, and Pink of me*, a paler muted pink shade, of the two (pop)ular is my favourite, and I have basically worn it none stop since I got it, I love wearing it with my Too faced sweet peach palette, I think the shades really compliment each other and help to make my green eyes pop. I must admit I have never worn anything this bright on my eyes, and never thought I would, but I am converted.
Marc Jacobs highliners

The Highliners are available from John Lewis and are £20 each.

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1 comment

  1. Ooh I love these on you. Very pretty colours.

    Gemma x


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