On Cult Beauty, The Vamp Stamp, ink and angled brush retails for around £30. Pretty pricey just to have an extra couple minutes in bed right? However, it’s a really good idea and it’s something that I’ve wanted to try for a while.
I purchased mine for just £5 on the app Wish, so whether it’s genuine or not is a mystery, however looking at the packaging and the manufacturing of the original online, it seems the same to me. But the real question is: Does it actually work?
I’m using the large stamp, but medium and kitten sized are available too! The first few attempts I tried this, I got the angle a little wrong, placing it just a touch too high, however I finally mastered just where it has to go and I have to say – it bloody does work! All you do is dip the stamp (which has L and R on it so you know which eye) into the ‘Vink’ and stamp it onto your eyes, being careful not to slip or knock yourself. It creates a sharp winged look that just needs the line on the lid adding!
Using the angled brush and the vink, I created a line from my inner corner, over the lid and joining the wing. I’m so impressed with how well this works. It didn’t ‘bleed’ or smudge and has lasted all day! This product is going to be saving me so much time in the morning; no more uneven wings, no more cotton buds to fix it up. Wham Bam Thank You Vamp Stamp!
I also used this with my NYX Vivid Brights ‘Halo’ eyeliner and it works equally as well with other liners – you can see how that turned out in Wednesday’s post!