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7 Ways to Mix Suva Beauty Hydra Liners

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you read this post elsewhere, it has been stolen.*
*PR samples are noted.  The rest bought by me.*

When it comes to Suva Beauty, I know I can experiment with their products.  There is really no restriction since they are made to accommodate outside-the-box thinking. You may be wondering how can one really experiment with water-activated eyeliner.  Yeah, I wondered too which is why I mixed them with different products.  Here are seven lucky ways you can mix these fun Hydra Liners!

Suva Beauty Hydra Liners

Suva Beauty Hydra Liners retail for $11(USD) and contain just a huge amount for the average makeup consumer.  They come in three different finishes: matte, UV (glow-in-the-dark), and chrome (shimmer). 

These are semi-hard cakes of color which are water activated.  This means you can just use regular water to line your eyes or anywhere on your face or even your body. Easy yet remember since these are water activated, they are not waterproof, therefore, they aren't recommended for use as waterliner.

With these cakes of color, there are 7 ways to mix them.  There may be more, who knows!

The Mixers

1. Water Activation

The usual method is for the simplest result which is eyelining.  This is done with just a drop of water onto the cake of color.

Water is Basic

2. Mix with a sealant like Blue Marble Sealer

I mentioned the Hydra Liners are not waterproof but if you mix them with a sealant, they pretty much will be waterproof.

3. Mix with a non-oily makeup remover

I mention many times that a non-oily makeup remover makes an excellent eyeliner sealant.  You don't have to use an expensive one like Koh Gen Do shown above, you can use a drugstore brand non-oily eye makeup remover or the any of the micellar makeup removers.

The Results

bottom pic: I didn't have black light to allow it to glow in the dark but you can see it does have the dayglo characteristic.
4. Foundation

Foundation Mix

I wondered if I could mix these Hydra Liners with foundation since I could mix the Hydra Cream base with it.  The results turns out to be a very muted color of itself. Mixing the cakes with foundation allows them to be used like a cream eyeshadow.

5 & 6. Mix with a Hydra Cream Base or Mix with another Hydra Liner

Mix with Other Suva Liners & Creams

In the picture above I mixed Rose Gold Hydra Liner with Caramel Hydra Base for a thicker texture.  Since they are both water activated they mix well.  Same goes for the Hydra Liners.  I just mixed it with Sea Nymph.  No one ever said you had to use the colors as individuals.

7. Mix with other pigments

I mentioned I like to use these Hydra Liners as eyeshadow but since they have a slick texture when they dry, layering shadow makes them slip and slide around.  In my previous post I show how the rose gold can be mixed with some sparkling powder for some extra texture and alteration.

Mixed with Pigments

Throughout the post I showed you the different color of Hydra Liners.  Here are the swatches of the ones I have.  I need to state that Rose Gold, Sea Nymph, and Acid Trip were PR samples.  I bought the additional Grease and Silver Lining which is really more ice white.  Here are the swatches.


All of these colors can be mixed with the various products I used or you can just mix them with simple H2O.  Whatever you do, remember these cake colors are versatile and should be appreciated for it.  No need to be a traditionalist and just use these as eyeliners, maybe you want to have white cat whiskers OR maybe you want glow-in-the-dark brows and lashes! Whatever you do, these Hydra Liners will last you a long time.

Go buy some Hydra Liners from Suva Beauty or if you live in the USA and want great service and fast shipping, try the online store called District Glow. Tell them Olivia from The Unknown Beauty Blog sent you!

Shop Suva Beauty @District Glow

*PR samples mentioned and I put up shopping links for your convenience.  I don't have affiliate links because I am an underground beauty blog with very little clout.*

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