24/7 Glide-on Lip Pencil Review

I bought a Mac Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour a while back and noticed the red on seemed to bleed a little, the colour feathered out onto my skin and I couldn’t get it to stop. I ended up going into Sephora and bringing it with me to find a lip liner to match.

Urban Decay’s 24/7 Glide-on Lip Pencil in Bad Blood was perfect! I picked it up and used it with the MAC product and it solved all my problems. In all honesty, if I need another lip liner in the future I’ll probably check their shades first because they have a great variety. There are around 35 different shades to choose from!

It is a wooden pencil so you need to make sure you have a sharpener for when it dulls down. It’s pretty long though so it will definitely last a while because I don’t wear a red lip all that often. It’s so creamy and super easy to apply. It makes sense as to why it is called Glide-On. It applies so smoothly.

Another thing I like about this lip pencil is that the colour of the product is also the colour of the pencil itself. You don’t have to open it to see the shade or look at the end. It’s right there in your face which is perfect.

Urban Decay is also cruelty free! So it’s a great alternative to look into if you’re trying to change over to cruelty free products. It costs $28 CAD at Sephora. It isn’t as cheap as drugstore brands but it’s definitely cheaper than some of the alternative options at Sephora.

If your looking for a new lip pencil definitely check this one out. Are there any that you recommend?

xo

Brittany

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