For those of you who love to line their lids with mineral pigments, have you tried using Milanâ€™s gelle drops? Iâ€™ve tried using those sealants sold by different mineral makeup companies in place of water to create a liner from my mmu pigments but they still smudged and faded away. I had my bottle of Milan gelle drops for a few months now but forgot about it when I discovered the ease of using gel liners. Yesterday, however, I â€œrediscoveredâ€ it. I wanted to make a Black Cherry liner from my Lumiere pigment so I dug out my gelle drops. I put a little drop on the space between my thumb and forefinger, dipped my brush into the pigment then into the gelle drops to make a kind of pasty consistency. I applied it right away on my lash line and let it dry.
I was so glad to have used my gelle drops again. Applying it was a breeze since it glided on like silk. It lasted the whole day on my uber oily lids yet keeping the pigment shade vibrant and not washed out like sealants did. I even had a hard time washing the gelle drops off my hand since it wouldnâ€™t rinse out with soap and water and lots of scrubbing. I needed a makeup remover on my hand!
Now I am thinking of the different looks my other pigments would give me with the use of Milanâ€™s gelle drops. Go give it a try now.
Mineral Makeup Addict Nikki