From l to r (1st 3)
An ancient Guerlain - it still works and I'm not chucking it as it's Guerlain - anyway just look at the swatch!
UD - Metalhead (pretty sparkle but no inherent colour to speak of)
UD - Honey (but it's gold)
UD - Ecstasy
Dr Hauschka - black (see how fine a line this brush creates!)
Eyeko Magic with Models Own Aquavit Ripened Raisin - the magic (if such it be) lies in the use of this to pick up pigment from cake eyeshadow and thus be an eyeliner for all seasons BUT does it work? And why does an eyeshadow need such a ludicrously long name? Cheesh.
TBH I don't really know because I don't actually use any of these products. I bought them and tried them but my eyes are increasingly resistant to embellishment and adornment and therefore rebel by producing tears so these items are largely redundant. Boo hiss. I only bought the Eyeko a couple of weeks ago knowing full well that it would prove of no use to me due to allergies but nonetheless I proceeded. I sometimes have no more sense than next door's cat. And that is pretty stupid as it tends to lie prone before the wheels of moving vehicles!
Rainbow Pink with Canmake glitter topping (polishes still courtesy of Green Fairy/Polished Serenity)
The history bit - about eyeliner of course!! An item (plus explanation) from the British Museum.