SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner and Satin Eyeliner – Hit and Miss | Doctors Review

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The SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner in Black and Dusty Brown and the SWEED Satin Eyeliner in Golden Beetle were somewhat unusual picks for me.

 

Two SWEED Satin Khol eyeliner and one SWEED Satin eyliner
Two SWEED Satin Khol eyeliner and one SWEED Satin eyliner

 

I wear liner every day and have done so for more than 20 years now, but it usually is black liquid liner with a wing. Something about that crisp line and the way it defines my eyes feels very me. Ever so often though I enjoy experimenting with pencil, for that less crisp and softer look, so how did the products from SWEED work for that?

 

 

What SWEED claims

SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner:

– Intense color results in one stroke with an ultra creamy texture that stays all day.
– The ultra creamy, smudge-proof formula gives an instant intense black color result and crisp in just one stroke with its matte silky finish.
– Can be used as a classic eyeliner and inliner.

 

SWEED Satin Eyeliner:

– Intense color result in one stroke with long lasting effect
– Ultra Creamy texture with metallic silky finish
– Can be used as a classic eyeliner and inliner

 

Facts about the SWEED eyeliners

The SWEED Satin Khol eyeliners come in three different colors, Black, Dusty Brown and Bright, which I assume is great for lining the waterline to open up the eyes. They contain 1,738 g and are available for 20 € on the website here.

 

SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner in Black
SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner in Black

 

SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner in Dusty Brown
SWEED Satin Khol Eyeliner in Dusty Brown

 

The SWEED Satin Eyeliner is a little more expensive, you get 1,2 g for 23 € on the website here, and comes in five different colors. Two of them are metallic, Golden Beetle and Euphoria Silver, while the other three, Diana Blue, Mink Greige and Margaux Bordeaux, are not. The Satin Eyeliners come with a rubbery smudger on the end of the pencil and both forms need to be sharpened by hand.

 

SWEED Satin Eyeliner in Golden Beetle
SWEED Satin Eyeliner in Golden Beetle

 

Close up of the smudger on the SWEED Golden Beetle eyeliner
Close up of the smudger on the SWEED Golden Beetle eyeliner

 

How did the SWEED Satin Khol eyeliners work for me?

I admit I wasn’t the biggest fan.

Out of the three colors available, Black, Dusty Brown and Bright, I got Black and Dusty Brown. Black was a little scratchy and needed to be warmed up on the back of my hand before application for it to be comfortable to use, and while the initial line was a good depth of black after a few passes, that didn’t last more than six hours, after which it quickly faded to more of a grey shade. I wear my liner from early in the morning until I take off my makeup, so I need more than that – ten to twelve is what I expect.

My initial plan was to wear it smudged for a more grungey look – in my mind Khol is easy to smudge – but true to the smudge proof claim that didn’t work too well. When I tried to smudge it with fingers, brushes, you name it, it just faded and disappeared. The shade brown was softer – maybe my black one was from a bad batch? – and a little easier to smudge, but again didn’t stay on for more than six hours no matter if I used a primer or applied it on bare lids.

Both did work well for lining the waterline, staying there for around six-ish hours as well, so if that is something you do regularly, they might be a good choice.

 

Swatches of the SWEED Satin Khol eyeliner in Black
SWEED Satin Khol eyeliner in black, one pass at the bottom, several passes on top

 

SWEED Satin Khol eyeliner in Dusty Brown, one pass at the bottom, several passes at the top
SWEED Satin Khol eyeliner in Dusty Brown, one pass at the bottom, several passes at the top

 

SWEED Satin Eyeliner Golden Beetle swatched, one pass at the bottom, several passes at the top
SWEED Satin Eyeliner Golden Beetle swatched, one pass at the bottom, several passes at the top

 

How did the SWEED Satin Eyeliner work for me?

The Satin Eyeliner on the other hand quickly became a favorite of mine.

I got the color Golden Beetle, a beautiful metallic golden brown, and this one did easily glide on, delivered great color with one stroke and could be smudged out with the little smudger it has on the back of the pencil. After it set it would stay all day with minimal fading. While it says on the website it could be used for tightlining, I didn’t try that – I wear contacts and have had bad experiences with metallic colors getting into my eyes and scratching my cornea. There are four more colors available though, Diana Blue, Mink Greige, Margaux Bordeaux and Euphoria Silver, and out of those four only the silver one seems to be a metallic.

I am really happy with Golden Beetle and will wear it a lot in the upcoming summer months.

 

Summer makeup look wearing SWEED Golen Beetle, the Cloud Mascara and the Miracle Powder
Summer makeup look wearing SWEED Golen Beetle, the Cloud Mascara and the Miracle Powder

 

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