Review: E.L.F. Cosmetics Mineral Lip Liner

Liner in Raisin
I didn't get much into lip liners until I started doing makeup professionally. I didn't realize many people wore lip liner almost invisibly, using natural shades to create a more defined lip shape. I fell in love with a wind-up lip liner, but it was much too expensive for regular use. When I went looking for an affordable vegan alternative, I was delighted to discover the E.L.F. Mineral Lip Liner.

Pros:
  • Very affordable ($3)
  • Easy to apply (no sharpening)
  • Goes on smoothly
  • Natural ingredients
  • Vegan formula - no carmine or beeswax
Cons:
  • Can be difficult to determine what color you are getting from the site
Summary:
I am a big fan of windup lip liners because they are much more convenient to use. There is no sharpening and no mess. I can even use them on my clients. This formula in particular is soft and goes on very smooth. It rates a low 1 on the EWG Skin Deep database, which is very gentle. If you have environmental concerns about a plastic tube verses a pencil, I recommend looking for somewhere to recycle (such as Origin stores). I wish that the colors online were more accurate, as it can be hard to tell what you're getting. Raisin is a nice neutral to deep shade, while rose is a pink neutral shade. I would love to see more colors as well, especially a true red. Otherwise, this is a fantastic vegan budget find and I highly recommend it for everyday wear.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was purchased by the reviewer. No compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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