Saturday, 13 April 2013

B. Dramatic Bold Liquid Eyeliner.

So since my issues with eczema worsened last year, I've been on a mission to find more natural products with less harsh chemicals in them. So far I'm pretty happy with everything I've found, especially recently, so expect more reviews and maybe a page dedicated to my favourite natural products. I've been using the B. Dramatic Bold Liquid Eyeliner for a couple of months now, and I love it, it hasn't irritated my eyes at all, whereas my old No7 one used to terribly. And the best thing? It's only £3.99 from Superdrug.

All B. products are paraben-free, cruelty free, and suitable for vegans. The ingredients in this eyeliner are; Aqua, Acrylates Copolymer, Glycerin, Propanediol, Chlorphenesin, Tocopheryl Acetate, CI 77266.

The liner is a felt tip pen, and goes on really easily, although sometimes I do find it catches the skin in the outer corner of the eye. Its lasting power is amazing, as an example; I went out last night, I put the eyeliner on at 8pm, and it was still on at 9am this morning with no retouches and it still looked as good as it did when I put it on the previous night. 

The only negative about the B. Dramatic Bold Liquid Eyeliner is that if you put foundation over your eyes first, the liner doesn't go on properly and looks a little 'patchy' and the colour isn't as strong as it is if you put it on clean eyelids.

I'd recommend this product to anyone, especially those who want a product that's paraben-free, cruelty free, and affordable! I also love their website as they list all the ingredients in all of their products. At only £3.99 you can't really go wrong. You can buy it online from Superdrug, or in select stores. 

Have you tried any B. products?



  1. Catherine....does that mean you didn't take your make up off after your night out? Tut tut young lady!

    I'm surprised that the No.7 eyeliner irritated your eyes, they're always heralded as being hypoallergenic and amazing! Good to know that this is an option though. I got sent a sample of their eye cream and was nervous about trying it, but finding out the brand uses all good stuff has put my mind at rest! Something to remember next time my eczema flares up :)

    - Tabitha x

    1. Haha! Well, I would have, but I stayed at a friends as I drank too much so couldn't drive home (frozen margaritas are far more lethal than they look!), and therefore had no way to take it off :P

      I know, I thought so too, but it worries me with No7 as they never disclose what ingredients are in the products, so just because they claim to be hypoallergenic doesn't really mean much :(

      I really love the B. products, I've got a few now and love all of them aside from the foundation!

      C x

  2. Yay! I have been looking at B...I got a concealer which is okay except on my especially dramatic suitcases under my eyes. Think I need paint to cover those. ¬_¬ lol I did buy a "concealer" or well eye shadow from Lily Lolo to try though as their peepO is far too yellow for my ghostly complexion. :)

    You will have to do reviews on the other products. ;) I wouldn't try foundation on me personally just because they are ALWAYS too dark for my complexion. I kind of want a liquid foundation as well as my powdered but I'm hesitant to fork out for the Beauty without Cruelty incase even the sheer is too dark as it is £12 a bottle! lol

  3. Hi Catherine!

    I kmow that this poat is from aggges ago, but I thought I'd try and get im touch!

    I love your blog!:) I actually stumbled across it due to my eye eczema. Like you, i suddenly developed very bad rashes around my eye, and have had to re-think all my cosmetics. I found the (recently re-launched) B. range, and was please to find a vegan makeup that I can actually afford! I was just wondering what it was that you didn't like about the foundation, before I tru it? I am struggling with finding a new foundation that doesn't upset my skin!


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