Covergirl Intensify Me! Liquid Liner { first impressions }

Hi Loves!  Another Covergirl review coming your way!  As I mentioned in my post earlier this week with the mascara – Covergirl reached out to me a few weeks ago and asked if I’d like to be a brand ambassador and try a couple new products.  You know I had to jump at that opportunity!

*Disclaimer ~ I did not purchase this – this product was sent to me for free by Covergirl to try and share my opinions with you!  These are my honest thoughts and impressions.

This is the Covergirl Intensify me! Eyeliner. It is listed as $8.00 at the Covergirl website but I’m sure you could find it a little cheaper in your local stores.

This is a true first impressions – I took it out of the package and tried it on.  This is my attempt at a slight winged liner – so bear with me! 🙂  I know some ladies are pros at a good wing but I don’t wear them very often!  Also please excuse my red allergy eyes!

Right off the bat I like that it is a paddle type of tip.  It can be skinny or broad depending on how you hold it.  I’ve tried liquid liners with a longer and softer tip and those don’t work for me.  This one was really easy because its pretty hard and I felt like I had the most control applying my line.  I also love that it seems to have a matte finish – there was a liquid liner I tried in the past that had a shiny finish and I did not like that.

Bottom Line – I LOVE IT!  Compared with my experience with the Super Sizer mascara – this totally makes up for it!  I’ll be wearing this more and practicing my wing! 🙂

If you’re wondering – the mascara that I’m wearing is Clinique Lash Doubling Mascara and a NEW Avon Quad in Naked Truth which I cannot get enough of.  Visit my Avon eStore to check out all their new quads the quality is really nice.

Thanks for stopping by Gracious Luck today!


Avon’s NEW Naked Truth Quad

7 thoughts on “Covergirl Intensify Me! Liquid Liner { first impressions }

  1. Lisella says:

    I think you did a great job applying the liner. I find the applicators on liquid liners can really make all the difference. A terrible applicator can just ruin an otherwise great formula.

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