I've got a few more Milani goodies for you today! I'm keeping it focused on the eyes with the Fierce Foil Eyeliners and Supreme Kohl Kajal Eyeliners in this post.
I've seen mixed reviews on these Fierce Foil liners. They are quite the enigma to me! There are 4 colors to choose from: Black Foil, Brown Foil, Purple Foil and Navy Foil. They come in little pots with screw off lids with Milani's signature metallic gold packaging. Each liner comes with a small brush.
At first touch, they are a dry texture that needs to be rubbed around to pick up a decent amount of product. The formula goes from cream to powder once applied and blended a bit. For the fact that these have a cream to powder finish, they are incredibly easy to apply. Super smooth and silky, and almost effortless. I used the included brush to make a winged look and it was super easy to achieve.
Also, for how smoothly these applied, I thought for sure the lasting power wouldn't be great but my winged liner stayed put all day! Another suggested use for these is as an eyeshadow base, like for a smokey eye. I tried it that way and had terrible results with almost immediate creasing, so I wouldn't recommend them used that way.
The thing about these that confused me: from looking in the pan and even my swatches below these seem pretty bold and pigmented. But once on my lid, they sheer out quite a bit. I had to run my brush over the line a few times to build up the color and even then was wishing for a more obvious, bold foiled effect. That said, because of the ability to sheer these out, they are very wearable and look more subtle compared to a plain black cream liner.
An eye look I did using Black Foil.
While I don't see any of these becoming a daily staple, I will certainly be using them every now and then.
The Supreme Kohl Kajal Eyeliner is your typical basic black eyeliner. This one is pretty creamy and applied smoothly but compared to a gel or cream liner not as densely opaque in one swipe. It's a nice liner that works for the waterline ok and for on the lid as well. It claims to be waterproof also but I haven't tested that aspect. I can't say I'm wowed by it but it get's the job done and I'll be reaching for it regularly.
Both of these products are available at CVS.
Have any of you tried the Fierce Foil or Supreme Kajal Eyeliners yet?