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Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner #LipSwatchWeek

Last November, Heidi told you about the launch of Moden Cosmetics. That's a project we were working on for a while. We're lipstick junkies as you know so of course having our own line was on the horizon. In tandem with the lipsticks we also retail some amazing lip liners. Of course I'm a little biased...but only a little I swear. I have a lot of liners; too much actually so I could tell you a thing or two. These Italia Deluxe ones are pigmented and creamy. So much so that I'm gonna show you swatches of them with my entire lips filled in.

'736 Cabaret'

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '736 Cabaret' www.modenmakeup.com

'1036 Chocolate'

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '1036 Chocolate' www.modenmakeup.com

'1040 Brown'

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '1040 Brown' www.modenmakeup.com

'1045 Cola'

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '1045 Cola' www.modenmakeup.com

'1046 Auburn'

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '1046 Auburn' www.modenmakeup.com

'1049 Plum'

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '1049 Plum' www.modenmakeup.com

'1053 Rich Red' 

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liner '1053 Rich Red' www.modenmakeup.com

These aren't retractable so if you're not a fan of sharpening pencils sorry :( Each one contains 0.08 oz. A regular M.A.C lip liner has 0.05 oz; their Pro Longwear ones come with 0.04 oz. The Too Faced Cosmetics ones I like contain 0.01 oz...you're getting the picture. The best part: we selling these for $10BDS each. Of course there are comparable liners available locally that are cheaper but they're also much smaller.

This isn't the full range of shades so if you're interested check out the swatches Heidi posted on Instagram. To order, please message/call her directly. 

Italia Deluxe Ultra Fine Lip Liners swatches www.modenmakeup.com

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