A few days ago I told you about some of the lovely DHC goodies that I’d been trying. Well since then I’ve been trying out more of their products. As usual I can’t keep my opinions to myself so here’s the lowdown.
I passed this DHC Liquid Eyeliner EX brush-tip eyeliner pen to my daughter for review. As I’ve said before, black liner is a bit of a harsh look for a woman of my age so I passed it to someone younger and prettier who knows a good eyeliner when she sees one.
“DHC Liquid Eyeliner EX brush-tip eyeliner pen lets you line and define like an expert. Easy-to-use, it dispenses just the right amount of smudge-proof liner to create any look, from elegant definition to cat-eye boldness.
- Fine brush applicator lends precision, making thin or thick lines a breeze
- Water-resistant formula keeps eyes looking alluring all day and night”
Safi tells me that she liked this liner right away. She explained that often when you have a fine point on a liner the product doesn’t disperse right to the end and so you need to use the liner sideways on and that means you get a thicker line. So it was easy to apply and it stayed on all day. Which is pretty much what DHC claim. If you’d like to give this a try for yourself it costs £16.00 here.
I’ve kept the DHC Eyelash Tonic to myself! This is a nourishing gel treatment that they say:
“strengthens for lush, fuller-looking eyelashes. Fortifying botanicals coat each lash from root to tip to help prevent breakage for a more robust lash line. Wear under mascara during the day and all by itself at bedtime.
- Easy-to-use applicator helps distribute gel more evenly
- Rich in botanicals, including ginseng, aloe and Swertia japonica extract”
This is a clear gel formula in a see through tube. Like the mascara it has a small thin brush that allows you to get the product right down to the roots. I can’t really tell whether the product is doing my lashes good but I feel like I’m giving them the best chance by giving them lots of attention. If you want to pamper your lashes too you can buy the DHC Eyelash Tonic here for £10.50 (or £8.75 if you’re quick).
Finally for today, here’s an update on the Mascara Perfect Pro Double Protection. You can see my original review here. Well, I wasn’t that impressed but figured that it might be my eyelashes that were being difficult rather than a fault with the mascara. So I got a second opinion from Safi and…..she liked it. She felt the same as me in that the consistency of the mascara doesn’t plump the lashes but she already has long full lashes so that wasn’t a deal breaker for her. It did give her long lasting coverage though which is pretty much what what it said on the tin! If you’d like to give this one a try it costs £14.50 here.
That’s it for now – but I’ve got a few more DHC products tucked away awaiting review – so expect more on this brand very soon!
If you’ve tried any DHC products do let me know what you think. I’d love to compare notes!