Seal It Eyeshadow/Eyeliner Sealant
It is finally here! A natural alternative to keeping your eyeshadow and eyeliner smudge proof and in place all day. It is not waterproof but it does have staying power! This stuff rocks! And it gives you a foiled look for your shadows you just wont believe!Available in 1 or 2 oz. sizes. I have re-packaged it with a twist open cap so you dispense just the right amount Do not dunk your brush in the bottle. You will introduce germmies into your bottle. A twist cap will keep your sealant pristine. You only need one drop! Less is more. The secret is to wet your brush and dunk it in your powder make a paste apply. That is why I prefer to do this on my hand. If you use the cap of the shadow you will invariably use too much liquid. This will now allow you to use the shadows and liners in all kinds of cool and fun ways! Think of the possibilities with the colors!I will be listing this alone and with different brushes so be sure to check the other listings.
Ingredients:Purified water, Vegetable Gylcerin, Geogaurd ultra, Potassium Sorbate
I have been using—and loving—The All Natural Face’s vegan eyeshadow primer, but I was intrigued when I saw this product. I started with one drop in the palm of my hand, and dipped my eyeshadow brush in it. I shook off the excess, and then dipped my brush in my eyeshadows and used as normal. What I like about this product is that it makes my eyeshadows a little bolder. Even though I usually wear neutrals, the colors just look better when using Seal It. My eyeshadow also lasts the ENTIRE day with no creasing. I daresay than I may like this more than the vegan eyeshadow primer!
There have been several occasions in the past when I wanted to use a certain color for eye liner but not own 50 million eye pencils this takes care of that. I will admit it takes a little practice to get the consistency you need but once you figure it out the possibilities are endless.
Using this does extend how long eyeliner lasts a little - longer than without using this sealer.
I've never used anything like this before, and find that I would be lost without it now that I've tried it. Just a little of this on my liner brush (and note: a little goes a LONG way!) and I can instantly turn any of my All Natural Face eyeshadows into an eyeliner. Occasionally, I want to do something quick yet dramatic for, say, use with the Love Dust :). Seal It is perfect for that simple/dramatic cateye line with whatever color I want, usually very dark, and maybe a pop of bright color to set things off nicely. No primer is necessary, which is a plus, and it stays quite well. If you want to foil your shadows, this is perfect. And one other use - I've noticed that with mineral makeups, because they are a powder, you can only get so much to stay on with your primers. Sometimes I want to bring a specific color out more, but my primer has simply exhausted what it will hold. If I pat just a little of this over the area, I can add whatever I need, and it doesn't flake off (as I'd feared the first time I tried the trick). Great product!