Friday, 4 August 2017

Vamp Stamp Eyeliner Tool!


I'm sure if you're a lover of beauty, you've likely seen this product on Instagram and Facebook via adverts a lot. I've seen the Facebook ad so many times, I think I could recreate it myself...

Anyway! I ended up caving to the adverts and ended up buying the eyeliner wing stamp, also know as the Vamp Stamp! I purchased this off of CultBeauty for £22.50 - yes, it's not cheap at all. There are three different sizes to try out. Kitten, Medium and Large. I went with Kitten, as I wanted to try this out before trying any of the larger sizes.




It arrived a few days later and I first tried it out on my hand, as you can see below. It didn't turn out great either time - but I think this may have been down to doing this photoshoot in the garden on a bloody hot day, and the product dried up before I stamped it!

The stampe is double ended, so you have a wing shaped stamp for each eye. All you do is cover the surface in eyeline (liquid is best) and then stamp it on. You can however, get the Vamp Stamp VINK eyeliner ink to use with this if you want.



I eventually tried it on my eyes the next day and was pretty happy with how it turned out straight away. It's a clean straight line, and it's super easy to do. Just draw the liner onto your eyelid, and then stamp this onto the end to meet up with the line!

I really love this and it's saved me hours of trying to get matching wings the past few weeks. I think the medium one would have been a better size for me as I have quite wide eyes, and this one is just enough to peek out the sides when I'm looking head on!

What do you think of the Vamp Stamp, and have you tried it before? Let me know. because I am loving this handy product, irregardless of the price! Hope you have a great day and keep safe :)

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4 comments:

  1. That really is quite expensive just for the stamp as there's no eyeliner included! But I'm glad to hear that it does actually work, I always thought they were a bit of a con

    Steph - www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

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    1. It's a stupidly high price for a stamper - I'd have said no more than 15 at the most! It does work pretty well, and as it's a rubber stamp it is pretty durable! I thought they were a con too, but took the plunge and am quite happy that I did xx

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  2. Wow this is quite expensive for what it is. I'm sure they'll start making rip offs soon. Glad it worked for you. Also sorry if you get two similar comments - things went a bit funky!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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    1. I'm sure there will be loads of these on Ali Express before we know it! It is a really good tool to have, but wish it was cheaper! xx

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