Gosh: Let’s Twist Eye Liner in Grey Mink

Here’s an eye liner gifted by a pal who also loves taupes πŸ™‚

The Gosh Let’s Twist Eye Liner in awesome awesome awesome GREY MINK!

Gosh Let's Twist Eye Liner in Grey Mink

Purchased from the UK, although it probably is available in other European countries too. It’s in retractable style and comes with a cap.

Kinda paltry amount

Compared to the pencil liners, this is kinda paltry at 0.3 g and 0.01 oz.

Which explains why I’ve been using this so sparingly, since it’s not available locally in Singapore!

No sharpening required

The retractable mechanism works well and it retracts back well too.

G for Perfect~

The texture of this is pretty awesome. The lead is slightly harder than Urban Decay’s 24/7 Glide-On Pencils, so no breaking tips. It goes on reasonably pigmented for a non-dark shade and isn’t too waxy.

How awesome does Grey Mink look and it’s perfectly named! A grey-mink of a taupe πŸ˜›

Gosh Grey Mink & Urban Decay Stray Dog

And when 2 animals meet, it’s inevitable to compare πŸ˜› Here you have Gosh’s Grey Mink next to Urban Decay’s 24/7 Stray Dog. Grey Mink is… grey-er… and cooler in tone than Stray Dog, with slightly more pigmentation to it. Positive pigmentation. Unlike the ones on skin πŸ˜›

The Rub Test

Here’s the result of The Rub Test, with the swatch rubbed across about 10 times. Both Grey Mink and Stray Dog have faded slightly, though still staying put. Owing to Grey Mink’s pigmentation, there’s more of it remaining than Stray Dog.

While Gosh’s Grey Mink is Waterproof, this is not quite long lasting and does disappear after about 6 – 8 hours, or less, when I have it on my lower lashline which is rather watery. Nevertheless, still pretty decent for a non-black eye liner.

I’d love to stock up on Grey Mink if given the opportunity πŸ™‚

~*Gosh Eye Liner in Grey Mink reviewed above was a personal gift*~


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