Benefit They're Real Push-up Liner

The Benefit They're Real Push-up Liner has been all over the blogosphere lately and as a big fan of cat flick eyeliner, I couldn't wait to try it for myself. I have always struggled finding the perfect eyeliner for 60s style makeup. The products I have tried in the past have either smudged too easily or flake within a couple of hours. I wanted something that would last the whole night through without me needing to reapply my makeup - because let's face it, if you want the perfect catflick eyeliner it can take hours to get it right and something that was easy to apply I needed an emergency top up. A few days ago I headed over to the Leeds House of Fraser and took a gamble on the new They're Real Push-up liner. I'm usually very loyal to my Bobbi Brown Gel eyeliner, but I think I have found a new replacement. With it's easy glide on ability and cool packaging, the Benefit Push-up liner seems to be living up to the hype.

According to the website, the Benefit They're Real Push-up liner is:"The FIRST EVER lash-hugging gel liner in a pen. The matte black gel formula won't smudge, budge or dry out and the innovative soft AccuFlex Tip hugs the lash line from corner to corner. The close the line, the bigger the eye." I was instantly sold after reading that statement, but with all beauty products it's one of those where you need to try it for yourself to evaluate the results. As someone that has always struggled and spent hours in front of the mirror trying to perfect my eyeliner, I have longed for a product that does exactly what the Benefit They're Real liner says. 

When I was talking to the Benefit lady, instead of applying the makeup for me, she gave me the eyeliner and told me how to apply it. Anyone who regularly visits beauty counters to get their makeup done will agree that having a beautician ask you to apply your own makeup is one of the most daunting things to be asked. I always cave under pressure and smudge all my makeup and my side of my face never looks as perfectly applied as theres. I grabbed the eyeliner and following her instructions, I applied it over both eyes and then took a glimpse in the mirror. To my shock, it was one of the first times that my eyeliner looked spot on, perfectly clung to my lower lash line and even on both sides. It was the Accuflex technology that made applying the eyeliner so easy. The Benefit push up liner has an end that looks similar to a rubber fountain pen and all you do is twist the base of the product to release the gel and draw on your eyeliner. Because the product instead the pen is gel similar to the best selling Bobbi Brown Gel eyeliner, it lasts the whole night through.

I'm so happy with this product and it will make applying my makeup at 6am everyday so much easier. I love that feeling when you buy a product and it actually lives up to expectations, it was the best £18.50 I have spent in a long time.

Have you tried the Benefit Push-up liner?


  1. Great post, I was thinking that a gel eyeliner in a pen/pencil form would be so amazing so now I definitely have to try it!!

  2. I love a nice eyeliner and this looks great on you :)

  3. That's expensive but I love the result, it looks great!

  4. You look stunning !!! Love ur eyes xxx
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  5. I still haven't tried any of the benefits stuff. I really should though!

  6. I love liquid eyeliner but am hesitant to try the benefit one because I can actually do the flick normally so am not too sure about the print type bit! X

  7. Wow looks brill - I am shockingly bad at applying it so I may give this one a whirl!


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  8. I was a little disappointed in this product, I liked the finish but found it a little tough to apply for some reason :(

  9. Hello there Forevermissvanity! I like that simple makeup you have and that push-up liner as well, haven't tried yet but I would love to!
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