Rimmel London Underground Spark It Up! Gleaming Eye Darkening Liner EOTD

Here are pictures of me wearing the Rimmel London Underground Spark It Up! Gleaming Eye Darkening Liners as promised!

Laipis + Tiger’s Eye

Ultraviolet + Black Gold

For swatches and more pics of the Rimmel London Underground Spark It Up! Gleaming Eye Darkening Liners, click here.

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  1. beautiful eotd! i went to target to swatch the colors and they are all so pretty and go on creamy. i’m definitely going to get ultraviolet and the emerald color.

  2. Does it smudge easily for you? When I wear them, I find that it melts off in a matter of minutes. Maybe it’s the sunscreen I wear :(

  3. Danielle,

    I don’t have oily skin around my eyes so the liners don’t smudge easily on me. You can try going over the liner with a powder eyeshadow in a similar color.

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