If I could only use one type of makeup for the rest of my life, it would probably be eyeliner. To me, no look is complete without my signature winged eye look. I’ve been doing it for as long as I can remember.
I’m always testing out different eyeliners to see what I like. I’ve found that I favor gel liners. This is actually my first time using liquid eyeliner and I must say, it’s a little tricky to apply. It seems harder to control. First, many thanks to KoKo for letting me test this product. Be sure to check out their website and attend their upcoming event if you’re from the UK! All the details are in my previous review. Alright, let’s continue on with the review. 🙂
At approximately $6, this product is one of Etude House’s cheapest eyeliners. The price is not too shabby. 😀The brush tip is very thin and pointy, which allows for better control than thicker tips. Depending on which angle you hold the brush, you can also adjust the thickness of your lines. I love how fine the point is! It’s especially useful for the areas near my tear ducts where I don’t want the line to be too thick.
I drew a few random lines to show you the various thicknesses. Also note how intense the color is. (These lines only have one coat on.)
So overall, I have to rate this product ★★★★★! I’m generally always pleased with Etude House makeup. I can’t find anything wrong with this product! I love the rich color, the brush, its lasting power, and the way it doesn’t leave dark marks when you rub it off. I hope you enjoyed my review! Before I go, I have a few questions for my lovely readers. In the beginning of the post, I told you guys what product I would keep if I could only use one type of makeup for the rest of my life. I’m curious to know what yours would be! Also, do you have a signature eye makeup look? If so, what is it?Tomorrow, I’ll be flying back to the east coast where I’ll get to see my relatives again and attend my cousin’s wedding! I’m so excited. ^__^ I’ll be back next week with more posts! <3