Above: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencils
My very first Urban Decay 24/7 liner was Bourbon and I loved it. I wore it almost everyday when I first purchased it. Originally, I was going to collect almost all the colours full sized, but I am glad that these are available in a set of minis for Christmas. I almost never finish a full sized liner and this way it is more economical, as I can experience more colours at a cheaper price. These liners glide on very smoothly and most of these are nicely pigmented. They are almost truly waterproof in the most part because I have tested all of these out in several different situations. All of these have different levels of pigmentation, some have iridescence and some have shimmer. I find that all of these wear well in the rain; however, in larger volumes of water it does come off especially if you are rubbing your eyes, i.e crying. Though the colours wear well, the glitter doesn’t and will rub off on to your cheeks if you have a habit of rubbing your eyes. These are very easy to remove with an oil based eye makeup remover; however, I find that the lighter and sheer colours remove easily with just a cleanser: Eldorado; Graffiti; Ransom; and Binge. Otherwise the darker ones need an oil based eye makeup remover: Zero; Oil Slick; Corrupt; Rockstar; and Stash. The Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencils come in 9 pretty colours: Zero; Oil Slick; Corrupt; Eldorado; Graffiti; Ransom; Binge; Rockstar; and Stash. With 4 new colours that are exclusive to this gift set: Oil Slick; Binge; Eldorado; and Corrupt. For your viewing pleasure I swatch these on my eyes and skin, but I separated the review into 3 posts showing 3 colours each. I bought my set for $43 CAD at Sephora.
Above from top to bottom: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencils in Zero, Oil Slick and Corrupt
Above: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencil in Zero
Zero is a solid black with no glitter or shimmer or iridescence in it. It is nicely black that goes on darkly. It is waterproof and smudge proof, as a result, it would be excellent for the waterline and close to the tear duct for the smokey eye looks that needs to last throughout the night.
Above: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencil in Oil Slick
Oil Slick is a gun metal gray with silver glitter to it. This gray is a nice alternative to black, as it is not too silver and leans towards charcoal. I find that it is just dark enough to make my eyes stand out and my lashes look thicker. The glitter is subtle but it does rub off when I touch my eye area. This colour is exclusive to this set.
Above: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencil in Corrupt
Corrupt is a new colour that is exclusive to the Super Stash set. It is a chocolate brown with a slight bronze iridescence to it. It is one of my favourite colours in the set because it is similar to Bourbon, but Bourbon is just a touch lighter and more golden. Corrupt is darker and makes brown eyes *pop*. While I find Bourbon is perfect for summer, I like Corrupt for year round. I like Corrupt because it is dark and natural looking without looking boring. It is a good alternative to classic black.
Above left to right: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Liners in Zero, Oil Slick and Corrupt