Bad Girl Bronze

I’ve had this Rimmel Scandeleyes Shadow Stick in Bad Girl Bronze for quite a few months now. I bought it around the same time as their waterproof kohl liners (which I love). I am a big fan of the shadow stick and have found myself reaching for the few I have in my collection. They’re so easy to apply, quite effortless and they last a good amount of time on me – even though I get fairly oily eyelids.

Rimmel have released 5 colours in this jumbo shadow stick range and I opted for Bad Girl Bronze as I seem to be obsessed with browns and bronze shades.

Rimmel Eyeshadow Stick

I’m quite low maintenance when it comes to makeup (I think so anyway). I never wear a full coverage makeup as I like my natural skin to show through and the same goes with my eye makeup I like a no fuss look for my everyday goto look & these shadow sticks are perfect if you want something quick and easy to work with. You dont even need a brush I just blend with my finger. So I love them for a quick easy eye look.

Bad Girl Bronze is very pigmented so you can apply lightly for a more subtle look or really crank it up a notch and have a really bold eye. I have used these as a  base too and applied my Man Woodwink over the top and it made the colour pop and my eyeshadow stuck in place all night. This little shadow stick is very versatile.

I have just talked myself into buying a couple more!

RimmelBad Girl Bronze

You can’t see it too much in my swatch but there are tiny bronze flecks that catch the light.  It’s very pretty and I love how deep and warm the brown colour is. The formula is creamy to apply on the eye and doesn’t drag at all. I am a big fan of this. They cost £4.49.

Have you tried these? I’d love to know if you like the other colours as I am so going back to get more.

Draw The Line

Rimmel Sandaleyes Liners

A few weeks ago I received a Boots gift card for my birthday which I quickly spent on makeup. Shock horror. Boots were having their 3 for 2 across all makeup items so I picked up a fair few things 3 of those being some Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal Eyeliners. These are fabulous. I had wanted to try them for a while and had seen some really good reviews about the Nude colour, I was excited to try them out.

 Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal Eyeliner in Black, Nude and Bronze 

I’ve always been a huge fan of coloured eyeliner (I went back and got the blue and silver ones too) – even if it looks a little 80’s. I’ve found these waterproof Rimmel Scandaleyes Kohls really do stay put all day and I’m a devil for rubbing and messing with my eyes throughout the day and these stay put regardless. Rimmel claim they will withstand ‘tears, sweat, humidity’ and they don’t lie. These are stubborn and I was shocked with how well they lasted esp as they’re only £3.99.

They glide on the eye with minimum effort and they do not drag at all. They’re creamy and all of the ones I have tried (5 in total) are all really pigmented without having to go over and over the same line. They are an inexpensive way to get a flash of colour that will stay all day. Perfect for me as I hate to reapply when I am out and rarely carry much makeup with me .

The nude colour is perfect for the waterline to brighten tired eyes and make them look bigger. The black is a great bold black it’s really quite dark and that deep colour transfers well on to the lid or waterline. I also like the bronze shade for when I wear a neutral eye and it blends so well. It has a slight shimmer to it. Not glittery but when the light hits it looks almost metallic it’s really pretty.

These eyeliners come in 7 shades from a classic black to a gorgeous silver. I highly recommend you try to pick these up esp when on offer. Full price they are £3.99 from Boots. Such a total bargain. Have you tried any of these Rimmel eyeliners? How did you find them?