You may remember a couple months ago I tried some of Glisten Cosmetics Wet Liners, and I fell in love! I was so happy when I found out that they were not only releasing more shades but also that they were releasing primary colours in this formula! I have wanted cake eyeliners in primary shades (plus a black and white) for a while now, so that I create any eyeliner colour under the sun.
Swatches top to bottom: Bananas, Sapphire, Lobster
I picked up the shades Lobster, Bananas and Sapphire. These are vibrant primary colours and I'm so exited to not only wear these shades by themselves, but also to mix and create different colours of liner. These retail for £6.50 each but you can get certain shades in bundles, plus there are discount codes out there so you can get these for slightly less than that. Glisten have released a ton more shades, even some metallic colours so definitely check out their website.
I did mention this in my first review, but I am so happy that Glisten Cosmetics Wet Liners come in a smaller sizes. However since my last review Glisten Cosmetics have created a larger version of their Wet Liners! I only own the smaller version of these as I know I will never be able to go through enough product to warrant buying a larger size. If however you know you're going to use a lot of product, then definitely go for the larger size! The larger sizes retail for £11.50 each but again you can certain colours in bundles. Personally I prefer having more variety and I don't like feeling like I'm wasting product. When compared to the SUVA Hydraliners, the one I own from SUVA looks massive next to the the Glisten Wet Liners.
Swatches left to right: Lemonade, Bananas, Sapphire, Lobster
So I was curious how Bananas compared to Lemonade, as you can see from the swatches above Lemonade is far more neon and it has a hint of green in it. I was worried they'd be too similar but they're very different.
I thought I'd demonstrate how these shades look when mixed in different ways, plus how they perform on the eyes. I first mixed Sapphire and Bananas together to create this gorgeous teal colour. For the second look I used Lobster and Bananas but also mixed the two shades (I used the lid of one of the liners to mix the shades) so that I could create a gradient effect.
Wearing Bananas and Sapphire mixed
Wearing Bananas and Lobster
These colours have such a high impact and are so vibrant, however if you can make them more wearable by mixing in other colours. If you are curious to try out cake liners or have been looking for affordable ones, I can't recommend Glisten Cosmetics enough. Thanks for reading!