(Super Fat) This is my HG eyeliner. It is much like using a magic marker and is so easy to use for a cat eye that I wish I had found it years ago. I feel more like I am drawing than painting with it as it flows so easily (but without any mishaps or skips). The color pay off is fantastic, it wears well and is reasonably priced, dries fairly quickly - I will use this until they stop making it. One caveat - this creates a bold swish, so if you are a fan of less obvious lining it may not be a good choice for you. However it is flexible enough that you can create some fine detailing with a light hand.
I love eyeliner pens, I love felt-tips on them a lot. This is very middle-of-the-road of good felt-tip eyeliners. The finish is slightly matte, it's not very dark but not grey in color. The ink doesn't flow great through the long tip and the tip is pretty unwieldy, even when broken in. It needs to be put over primer because the pigments can transfer (I have hooded eyelids, yay.) It doesn't fade too much during wear and it doesn't flake.
I like Revlon's ColorStay pen liner more, but I will definitely use this up. For liners in general, I like NYX's studio liquid eyeliners and TIGI pencils (but I think those are discontinued.) It's solid, just not my absolute favorite due to the transferring issue.
Was looking for a matte black liquid liner and decided to give this a try due to the good reviews. The felt tip is pretty thin and easy to use which is perfect for those trying to achieve a thin line. I mainly used this to wing out my gel liner and had to go over and fill it in a few times since I want a slightly thicker outer line, maybe I should have gotten the fat liner instead.
Wasn't impressed with the last power though. Used it on a normal day and noticed some slight smudging, thought it was my bottom liner and disregarded it. Tried it again in 70degree outdoor weather and within 5-6 hours it had almost either bleed or melted off.
Guess this will be going back in exchange for something else.
Let me preface this by saying that I am an absolute eyeliner junkie. I have liners from a million different brands, from Chanel, Urban Decay, Clinique, Stila, etc. all the way down to Wet N Wild and that nameless stuff you get at Mexican corner stores. This is hands down the easiest liner I've ever used in my life. If I'd had this when I first discovered eyeliner, I could've saved myself a lot of embarrassing pictures.
I have the Super Skinny version in Carbon Black. There's not much to say about it, other than that it's simply great at what it does. It stays put on my oil field-like lids, puts down a line that's not too dark and not too light, dries quickly, and can be applied by even the clumsiest person alive (me). This is the liner I would grab if I had 5 minutes to spare and needed to squint into my rearview mirror to put on my make up in the morning. It is foolproof and easy.
And this might actually be sacrilege, but I like this even more than the >$30 Chanel eyeliner pen (!!!).
This is for the fat marker. Mine is new at the moment, so I cannot comment if it dries out quickly, but right now it works amazingly. It goes on pitch black in one stroke, so dark I thought it might be a pain to get off, but it is very easy to remove! I am not great at wet liner - I have pretty good luck with Japanese brand markers as they have very nice ends - but I find this one quite easy to use, too. Love it!
I just bought this a few days ago and my gosh. i loved this thing. LOL. I got the super skinny one and i love how it applies on so thinly. it dries very quickly and doesn't smudge. Although, this thing isn't waterproof. but all in all. It's a really good product
I got the super skinny marker. At first I thought I would like it. I was new to the felt tip eyeliner idea. But soon enough I realized it was pretty difficult to handle in my opinion and I would rather stick a standard eyeliner. It wasn't very black and you would have to run it back and fourth on your eye to get it a nice black.
First of all, I'm really into the retro-bombshell-60s-glamour look and have been using eyeliners of every type for years. I have for the past year really preferred liquid liners to gel, pencil or cake liners for the precision, convenience and ease of use. My favorite until this point has been Stila's eyeliner pen, which is a great product! Then I tried this, curious to check it out because I've never seen such a huge fat liquid liner, I bought it on a whim for around 9-10 bucks and it's some of the best money I've spent! The color is carbon black, and unlike what others are saying, I find it to be a dark, opaque, ebony black that dries satiny (not shiny or vinyl nor too matte and flat). The thickness is PERFECT for one-swipe cat-eye perfection and it's so incredibly easy to use! And, it lasts ALL day. GREAT product!!
First thoughts: Perfect!! I found a liner marker to make a massive Amy Winehouse inspired winged eye
…Yeah…I was wrong…
I got the super fat one and got my money back because I was so disappointed. It smeared and made a mess aka everything you DON’T want in an eyeliner !!
I bought the Super Fat Eye Marker and this is one of the few pieces in my makeup collection that I was truly disappointed with. First off, the formula is quite inky/streaky, and the color itself is more of a soft black rather than a dark, true black. Also, the thick felt tip frays and bends after continued use, allowing you to get less and less of a precise line. After hours of wear, this fades from a soft black to a VERY faded looking gray color, and it creases... I have never seen a liquid eyeliner crease. I didn't realize how bad this was until switching back to my old favorite. I wouldn't recommend this for anyone.