Sent For Review
I don't know why, but I can't think of the the name Eddie Funkhouser without hearing the song Brick House in my mind. I could have worse problems, right?
Eddie Funkhouser is the creator of a new line of products that will be available, any day now, on the shelves of a Rite Aid near you. Wanting to bring a prestige line to the masses, Eddie Funkhouser focuses on using high quality ingredients without the high price tag.
I got the chance to check out three of the products in advance:
The Luxe Light Highlighter brings the wow factor. If you are after a Kim Kardashian kind of highlight, this is the product that delivers. I have a hard time finding drugstore highlighters that deliver this kind of glow. This delivers. The packaging, however, which is a little on the unique side, tends to leak on me and be a little messy. If they improved the lid, this would be one amazing highlighter. Don't get me wrong, it still can be, but instead of pulling off the sticker over the sifter, poke three or four holes in the plastic. This will allow you to stay much, much neater and not spill this lovely highlighter everywhere.
The Black Liner: This liner feels just as creamy as Urban Decay and honestly wears just as well. This pencil liners deliver real pigment that doesn't come off until you take it off. I tried it on my waterline and it lasted much better than most, managing to cling to the lower lash line through the end of the day. On my upper lid, it didn't budge until I removed it with an oil-based cleanser.
The Quattro Variable Lash Mascara: This mascara has a nifty gimmick that actually delivers! The wand has three adjustable settings. The first setting causes the brush to remain straight, which combs out the lashes and adds length. The next setting causes the brush to twist slightly, adding volume to your lashes. The third setting allows the brush to twist even more for mega lashes. Volume and length are turned up to 11! Be sure to keep a good mascara comb on hand to deal with any clumps. It's only natural while building that kind of volume to expect a few little clumps. It wears for at least eight hours before any flake dares show itself.
Have you seen this at your local Rite Aid? If you have, tell me where in the comments!