A Drugstore Classic: Rimmel Lipliner ‘EastEnd Snob’

I’ve had this product on my ‘must purchase’ list for a seriously long time. It finally made it from my Amazon wishlist into the basket & I’m glad to finally own it – I suspect I will get a lot of use out of it.  

 

I’m a fan of the Exaggerate liners in general. They last well and I don’t find them chalky or crumbly as some lipliners can be. The fact that they don’t need to sharpened is a bonus as well.

  

The packaging feels a bit flimsy but that’s not unusual for drugstore products and it does the job. These liners are inexpensive so you can buy a few shades at a time without breaking the bank.

  

East End Snob is a pretty dusky pink type of shade. It’s perfect for wearing underneath pinkish nudes like Mac Mehr or NYX Whipped Caviar. It’s a shade that will suit a range of skin tones and is easily pretty enough to wear alone with a clear or coloured gloss. In fact on days when I have to try to look vaguely alive for a hospital appointment, this lipliner & a gloss will make for a quick and pretty daytime lip look.

   
 

There is a hint of brown to East End Snob that makes it that bit more versatile and a good match for a variety of pinkish nude lip colours. I think it’s a useful and pretty addition to any makeup collection.

Do you own East End Snob? Do you like Rimmel lipliners in general?

Wishing you good luck & happy days,

Kindra x

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