Review: Ulta3 Metallic Cream Eyeliners *

Ulta3 continues to surprise me on a regular basis. They are always coming out with excellent products that prove to be exciting and wallet friendly, not to mention limited edition collections that are gorgeous and often innovative.

Their new Metallic Cream Eyeliners live up to expectations in that it's something that's a little different on the market, yet still cost only $5.95 each! They come in black, bronze and the two other colours I was lucky enough to get sent - gold and silver!


They come in a black casing with a clear plastic cap. This makes for easy access to the product! Sometimes, there's nothing worse than inconvenient packaging - such as when you have freshly painted nails, then open your blush only to find an indentation left behind on your nail polish!


These glide on very easily, and while they do move a bit, just keep in mind that these are cream eyeliners! The product itself is very smooth, and incredibly pigmented. The swatches below came from one swipe, and it's really shimmery too!

While the tapered shape means that you will be able to apply it to the lash line easily at this point, I'm not certain what that means for when it blunts. That said, I think I'll worry about that when I get down to the blunt bits!

Overall, these wear really well, and they are extremely easy to use - two ticks for me!

If you're interested in getting your hands on these babies, run, don't walk! They are only around for a while, so make sure you get to an Ulta3 stand as soon as you can!

*These products were provided for my consideration, but my opinion is my own.


  1. Oh how pretty! I always love bright golds on the lids but I've never purchased any liners in this form. It looks just like how kajals are shaped! Good to hear that they last well, my main issue with eyeliners is finding one that lasts through my watery eyes! Do stop by my blog, i'm holding a giveaway right now! :)

    1. Hi Sharlynn, thanks for dropping by! I'll pop over and check it out!

  2. Very pretty shades! I wouldn't want to sharpen the thick crayon bullet when it goes blunt!
    xox Kat @ Katness

  3. Wow!! I have never tried these kajal looking liners, but the pigmentation looks amazing!

    1. It really is! It works as a good base for shadows as well.


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