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Oct 28 2011

No Miss Natural Eyeliner

As I mentioned earlier in the week, I have a review/swatches of a No Miss Natural Eyeliner to share!

During my visit with No Miss at CosmoProf, I was lucky to receive a pretty peachy-orange shimmer eyeliner. I don’t see this shade listed on the No Miss site, and if there was a tag identifying the color on the packaging, it’s gone. So, for this post, we’ll just call it peach-orange!

About Natural Eyeliner

Here’s the applicator brush:

My brush had one wonky hair, but it didn’t interfere with application.

Swatched, one line dashed across the back of my hand:

You can see that this eyeliner is very pigmented.

The ingredients are listed on the tube, but they are pretty scratched off mine. The website says that these eyeliners contain:

  • Herbal extracts
  • Aloe and Vitamin E
  • Color made from Earth
  • No fragrance
  • They are also safe for contact lens wearers (me!)

I’m not sure what it is, but the eyeliner has a scent, almost with a citrus or acidic leaning. It’s not entirely pleasant to me, but I can’t put my finger on what it is. It kinda stinks to me (I’m also not a fan of citrus scents, generally).

These eyeliners are $15 on the No Miss website (link above in first sentence).

Application and Wear

As I applied the eyeliner, it was thick. You know how some liquid eyeliners are thick enough so that when you apply the product to your lid with the brush the product gets pushed to the sides of the brush as you paint along the lid line? Then you have two thin lines of product and the line you were painting in the middle is faint? This liner sometimes applied a little like that, but because it also deposited color along the line, I was able to work with it so it didn’t look weird and clumpy on my lid.

I was worried this would take up a lot of time but once I started applying the liner, I was done within a couple minutes on each eye. I was relieved, because I wanted this liner to work!

The liner felt thick on my lids, and it cracked in a couple places after about five or six hours of wear (during which I was sweating and dancing!). It still looked great, though. The cracks were only noticable when I went to inspect my eye up close to see how it had held up!

FOTD with the Natural Eyeliner

How about some more pics? I really loved how my makeup turned out for this FOTD, so I went a little paparazzi! The No Miss liner looked so rich and bright, it was a great pop of color!!

You can click to enlarge any of the pics.

Here’s what I used for the FOTD:

Face:

  • Clinique Redness Solutions Makeup SPF 15 in Calming Alabaster
  • Bare Minerals Blush in Appreciate

Eyes:

  • Too Faced Shadow Insurance
  • No Miss Natural Eyeliner in the peachy-orange shade
  • Jordana Best Lash Extreme Volumizing Mascara
  • Evil Shades Braaains all over the lid
  • Evil Shades Victorian Night from inside corner of lid to blend
  • Evil Shades Morgana in the crease
  • Meow Cosmetics Thaila on brow to highlight

Lips:

  • Sinful Colors Lip Gloss in Italian Ice

Considering everything, I would buy another liner from No Miss. I love that No Miss is focused on healthy alternatives, and their products are natural. But I will probably stick to my current Holy Grails when it comes to black and brown, and will order colors that are daring and different, like this one. I think the $15 price tag is a bit pricey for me, but there’s about three unique-looking colors that I plan to order next time I place a No Miss order - Sebastian Sky, Jensen Beach Jade and Marathon Mulberry.

What do you think of this liner? Have you tried No Miss cosmetics? Have you tried the company’s nail polish? Share your thoughts below!

Disclaimer: The No Miss Natural Eyeliner was gifted to me by the Manufacturer. Jordana Best Lash Extreme Volumizing Mascara was previously sent to me for review by the PR firm/Manufacturer. Please visit my Disclosuretab for more information on how BeautyJudy.com keeps it real!

  • Lucy

    I don’t care for that shade too much. I also don’t like when the liner is thick. I’ve experienced the same thing with the liner push into two lines. Pain in the neck. This is really expensive. I’m sure you can find another liner much cheaper.