There’s a new addition to the Essence Lash Princess Mascara family, and it’s the Essence Lash Princess Liner Collection. The Essence Lash Princess Mascaras are the most popular Essence product, and for good reason too.
Usually, Essence discontinue products pretty quickly, as they have such a quick turnaround with new launches, but none of the Lash Princess mascaras have ever been discontinued, due to how popular they are.
What Is The Essence Lash Princess Liner?
The Essence Lash Princess Liner is a brand new felt-tip liquid eyeliner pen, inspired by the brand’s bestselling Lash Princess Mascara. With three different shades and formulas to choose from, to complement your Essence Lash Princess Mascara.
“NOW PRESENTING… the newest member of our iconic royal family! Whether you’re going for a natural or dramatic look, the Lash Princess Eyeliner Pen will be your newest go-to eyeliner.“
The Essence Lash Princess Liner Collection consists of three different shade or formula variations;
Each of the three liners have a cute, chubby pen design, which is said to be easy to handle, with a cone-shpaed felt tip nib. Making it easy to use, and is designed to create versatile looks. As you can use the skinny felt tip with light pressure for fine lines and a natural look, or firmer pressure and the thick side will create bold, dramatic liner looks.
The formula of the Essence Lash Princess Liner is said to be long lasting and smudgeproof. The vegan formula glides smoothly along the lash line delivering intense and long lasting color with a smudge-proof finish.
I love the look of the Brown shade. It’s not your typical dark chocolate brown. Instead, it’s actually a pale brown, which is quite unique for a liquid eyeliner, especially from the drugstore, and all three shades of the liner are available for purchase right now.
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