Sleek Makeup Eau La La Liner in Sand Dune and Molasses Review

I was looking for a lip liner that can suit my nude lipsticks when I stopped by Sleek Makeup Counter. The sales staff showed me their range of Eau La La liners, which according to her doubles as an eye liner and a lip liner as well.

I got two shades which are Sand Dune 325 and Molasses 317.

According to the website:
Eau La La Liner is a pencil liner that is long lasting, and highly pigmented that can be used as an eyeliner, or lip liner as desired taking your look from day to night.

Each pencil has 1.9g of product in it. It is also said to be available in 20 shades but I was only able to see around 8 shades from the Landmark Trinoma counter.

Sand Dune is a peachy brown shade. I picked this because I thought it would look perfect with my MAC Taupe Lipstick.

Molasses is dark brown. This would be good as an eye liner for a softer look.

My thoughts?
What I like about this liners is that they are dry, meaning they really sets right and won’t smudge.

Sleek also claims it to be as waterproof but I think it is not, but it’s just okay because it lasts on my lips/eyes for a reasonable amount of time.

When it comes to pigmentation, hell they are really pigmented. One swipe is enough to get the right layer of color.

Overall, I think it is an okay product. I wish Sleek Philippines will bring the other colors here as I want to swatch them.

Price: Php425 each, Sleek Makeup counters

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