Monday, 5 March 2018

Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners

Everywhere you look right now brands are bringing out their own little Glitter filled product. I'm not going to lie, I love glitter and I've tried a lot of glitter products over the last few months and some products have certainly been designed to allow you to wear a bit of Glitter all day and every day.
Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners
Something new to the mix is these Glitter Pop Peel off Eyeliners from Too Faced. If ever there was a brand to take glitter and makeup to the next level, it had to be Too Faced and glitter and eyeliner did make me cringe at first, the thought of the scratchy stuff near my eye line, would it be too much? Well....

Available in eight shades, the Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners are £16 each from Too Faced directly or they can be found at both Debenhams and Cult Beauty. Still unsure it is for you? Well, the description might just change that:
Paint on - peel off for the most glamorously dramatic and fabulous eyeliner ever. Innovative film formers lock down glitter that stays put until you peel it off. Don't leave the glitter on the dance floor, leave it on your eyes - where it belongs!
So this is what makes the Too faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners work and be that little bit unique - the formula which peels off.  Now before I was willing to put this anywhere near my eyes, I tested it on the back of my hand and it did work!  I have shade Lucky Bitch, an odd choice of name, but it is described as being a gleaming rose golden shade and it is packed full of golden glitter particles, predominantly gold but with a smattering of silver too.  To add to the wow factor, it is packaged inside an incredible holographic box with the eyeliner comes in a clear plastic tube with a black lid, and a very slim brush applicator.
Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners
Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners
Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners
Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off EyelinersWhen it comes to using the Eyeliner, Too Faced are quite helpful with their instructions:
  • Apply 3-5 layers for complete glitter liner coverage 
  • Wear multiple colours together for an ombré effect
  • Made a mistake? Use a spooley brush to remove excess glitter
  • Don't apply on top of lashes or brows for best results
  • Carve under brow for a sparkle highlight

When I have worn it, I tend to find three layers is enough for my needs and I always let each of the layers almost dry before adding a further one. I love that you can wear less or more depending on your choice.  I also love that you can mix and match the shades to your desired taste and with regards to the easiness of peeling?  I find the more you add the easier it is and obviously if you put it too close to your eyelashes there could be a few casualties.  For example, one layer is much harder to peel off than something with 2-3 layers.  It is also true that it does not have any fallout and when it is worn, it isn't itchy or scratchy, it is oddly quite lightweight and comfortable to wear, not what I was expecting at all.

All in all, this is quite an impressive product and one which surprised me.  



Have you tried any of the Too Faced Glitter Pop Peel Off Eyeliners yet?



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21 comments:

  1. They should have released these before Christmas! I've tried glitter liners in the past that irritated my eyes but it doesn't sound like these would so I might give it a go! xx

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  2. I have the purple shade and I like it a lot more than I thought. Reminding me of my PVA peeking days from primary school. Haha! You definitely need to layer it on to get a seamless peel off xxx

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  3. Ooh I love the sound of these. Very interesting concept, and the colour is gorgeous, despite it having a really strange name x

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  4. Too Faced always have beautiful packaging. It still makes me a little nervous about peeling off something actually on my eye though! Think I need to test it out first to get over my fear.

    Roxie | thebeautifulbluebird.com

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  5. Oh wow I just love the sound and look if this x

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  6. This sounds really interesting! Love anything glitter hehe x

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  7. This is such a unique idea but I'm glad it actually works and isn't just a gimmick! Agreed with Siobhan though that they should have released these in the party season not March!

    The Makeup Directory

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  8. So much fun aren't they -I have the black.grey shade and love it over eyeshadow x

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  9. Oh these sounds fab - love that you can peel them off and love that they don't feel itchy or scratchy!
    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

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  10. Oooooo wow its so beautiful. I love the pigment! I would love to use it to pack on glitter! :)

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  11. I quite like the sound of this, glitter eyeliners are kinda my old-school fave!

    franklyflawless.com

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  12. I have the silver shade, I've not used it yet though. I have a look in mind so i'm glad to hear they're good xx

    www.lpagebeauty.com

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  13. The name of it made me laugh.. these look cool, not sure about the peeling off aspect though.

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  14. I definitely want to try these! Pretty shade x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  15. I’d be super paranoid that it would peel off during the day! Xx

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  16. These are so odd but amazing too! Love the shade xx

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  17. I have the purple and it’s glorious!

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  18. I love the concept of these xx

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  19. I love the idea of these and how easy they are to use. I always love Too Faced products.


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  20. These are so pretty! I’m provably too much of a bore to wear them though!

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