Illamasqua Sealing Gel Review.

Hey Dolls,
Today I’m reviewing Illamasqua Sealing Gel. This is a product that comes in probably the SMALLEST size bottle I have EVER seen. It’s tiny!!! But as body conscious men keep telling us, ladies, ‘size doesn’t matter’.
You get 6ml of product that is housed in a tiny, squeezy black bottle that bears the Illamasqua logo. The bottle is so tiny I gave up trying to photograph the box and label at the bottom. However it is cute.
This mixing medium really works best with loose pigments, like MACs, Illamasquas or the Barry M Dazzle Dusts (these work amazingly). One drop of sealing gel mixed into the pigment is easily enough to line an eye. The eyeliner colour possibilities are endless now! You can also use it with Illamasquas brow cakes and eyeliner cakes (review coming soon!)
Look Mum, Imm’a model!! 
It claims to turn any powder into a waterproof, long lasting eyeliner. And I have to agree. I used it with Barry M’s Dazzle Dust in ‘Kingfisher’ and it lasted for HOURS. You have to work quickly with it, because it does dry fast. But it really intensifies any pigment. Also, if you aren’t brilliant with eyeliner (guilty as charged) this may work well for you, its texture is a nice mix of liquid and gel.
If you can forgive its TINY 6ml size, this is a product that has a lot of uses. I would 100% buy this product again. It is brilliant for any makeup enthusiast or MUA. A word of warning however. DON’T use it on pressed powder eye shadows! It will make them go solid and unusable (whoops). Photos below,
Until next time Dolls, xoxo.
VERY quick eye look using Illamasqua sealing gel, Barry M Dazzle Dust in Kingfisher & eyeshadows by Sleek Makeup topped with Beguile pigment by Illamasqua.

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