Urban Decay Razor Sharp Long-Wear Liquid Eyeliner

Urban Decay Razor Sharp Long-Wear Liquid Eyeliner is new for fall 2016 and I’ve got half of the shades swatched for you now!

This new liquid liner is water-resistant and comes in twenty shades and finishes, including cremes, metallics and sparkly shades. It has a very fine, precise brush which you can use to create super thin lines or go thicker if you want. It’s nicely pigmented, doesn’t bleed and dries fairly quickly.

The colors not shown here include Demolition (deep brown creme), Street (dark green creme), Zodiac (smoky black with blue-green shift and blue-green sparkle), Retrograde (dark purple with purple micro-sparkle), Ecstasy (bright purple creme), Junkshow (bright pink with sparkle), Intergalactic (light purple with silver sparkle), Space Cowboy (light champagne with silver sparkle) and Dark Force (dark brown with gold sparkle).

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Each tube comes with a cap which is the exact shade of the liner, so you always know what you’re getting into.

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As you can see, the brush is fairly thin, tapered and not too long, so it’s easier to control.

Urban Decay Razor Sharp Long-Wear Liquid Eyeliner Swatches

Bump, Fireball, Goldrush, Cuff, Chaos

Bump is a white creme.

Fireball is a peach with pink shift.

Goldrush is a gold sparkle.

Cuff is a metallic silver with silver micro-shimmer.

Chaos is a cobalt blue creme.

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Kush, Deep End, Push, Snakebite, Revolver, Perversion

Kush is a grass green creme.

Deep End is a bright teal shimmer.

Push is a navy creme.

Snakebite is a metallic copper bronze.

Revolver is a gunmetal with iridescent sparkle.

Perversion is a black creme.

As far as the packaging goes, I love it. Super cool looking and I love the matching caps to the color inside. Now as far as the pigmentation, some do seem more pigmented with one swipe than others. The creme ones, specifically Bump, Chaos, Push and Perversion were definitely more pigmented and I only used one swipe here. The metallic and/or sparkly ones seemed slightly more watery (except Kush, which was nicely pigmented) so you may have to go over them a couple times. That for me isn’t a deal breaker in any way because with most liners, I go over the area a couple times, whether they really need it or not. Just like I’m a habitual “three-coater” when it comes to nail polish because I just like an *extra* bump in color. They weren’t hard to remove with a makeup wipe per se, however I did have to rub at them harder than most liquid liners, so they do have good staying power it seems. The metallic ones stayed on a little better than the creme ones when it came time for removal.

These will be available soon at Urban Decay, Sephora, Ulta, Macys.com and Ulta.com (I will update this post when I have exact date) and they are $22.00 for each 0.07 oz tube.

Are you going to check these out? Which shades are you into?

-Kelly

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Written by Kelly
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