The Daniel Sandler Long Lasting Waterproof Eyeliner in Grey Velvet is one of the products I received in the goody bag from his make-up masterclass back in April - if you missed the post it's here!
The range of waterproof eyeliners are said to be smooth and easy to apply and provide rich, super long-wearing colour. They retail at around £9.25. You can check out the full benefits and range of colours by visiting Daniel's website here.
Swatched above - the eyeliner comes in a twist up tube so no need for messing about with sharpeners. I usually find this type of liner is better for creating a thicker, rather than super-fine line along the lash as once you've used the initial pointed tip it obviously becomes more blunt on the end, but that's fine - I like a thicker line! It's easy to apply, has a fairly firm waxy texture but is soft enough to not drag or pull on the lid and can be smudged up directly after application for a smokier look. It's great for a quick swipe over just the top lashline or both top and bottom for a more built up look. I haven't worn eyeliner top and bottom for a while but I can get away with this colour as it's a soft and smokey slate grey which adds definition without being too harsh. I've not used it in the waterline as that's not really 'my thing' so can't vouch for the waterproof properties I'm afraid. It does last all day on the top with no running or flaking but fades away a little on the bottom and is easily removed with a decent remover.
Lightly swiped across the top ...
Top and bottom ...
The liner is more expensive to buy alone than others I've used but all in all a decent product and loving the colour. I am a total 'grey' junkie after all ... apart from grey skies, not so hot on those!
Have you tried the Daniel Sandler Waterproof Eyeliner? What's your favourite liner of the moment?