The best 'marker' style liquid eyeliner I have ever used, goes on easy, the tip hasn't become dry over time, extremely opaque and smooth in consistency. The only flaw I have found with this is the same with any liquid eyeliner, having a steady hand and dealing with hard to correct mistakes!
Soap&Glory's Supercat is a "Carbon Black Extreme Eyeliner", is a seemingly popular liquid pen style eyeliner from this beloved British bath&body brand. Soap&Glory says that this pen liner "features unique Inkjet color release and Gloss-Fix finish to give rich and intense colour. The foolproof marker tip creates two looks - fine point for a natural look or thick edge to add a dramatic flash! Uses long lasting, long wear pigments plus a high percentage of carbon black for intense colour release". I'm not sure how much of that actually made sense. My dear friend Rae spent me this eyeliner as a Christmas gift. Supercat contains .5 oz of product and retails for £6 (about $9.50 USD). Soap&Glory products can be bought at drugstores throughout the UK, Germany, and Canada. A limited selection of marked up Soap&Glory products can also be found at Sephora here in the States, but unfortunately Supercat is not one of the available products. Soap&Glory does not test on animals. The Supercat eyeliner was made in Italy.
Soap&Glory is known for their cute and girly packaging, and Supercat's packaging is no exception. This eyeliner comes in a pink and gold cardboard box. The box features the product name, Soap&Glory logo, application tips, and the ingredient list. The eyeliner it's self comes in a black plastic pen. The cap of this pen snaps on very firmly, which is great, it helps product the felt tip from drying out, but I also find it very difficult to open. The pen features Supercat written on it in dynamic pink lettering. Pulling off the cap reveals an elongated felt tip applicator. The felt tip is extremely saturated with product, so there's no skipping involved. Supercat's tip is wide, but tapers to a very fine tip.
I kinda struggle with applying Supercat; sometimes it glides right on and I get the perfect cat eye flick at the end and other times I just can't get it right. The tip of Supercat is difficult for me to correctly angle on my smaller eyes, but that's user error, not Soap&Glory's fault. For me, I find it easier to paint some of Supercat onto an angled eyeliner brush and apply it from there. I think Soap&Glory's Supercat eyeliner's packaging is cute and the felt tip is nicely designed, just not suited to my eye shape.
Soap&Glory's Supercat is great. Most liquid eyeliners work out pretty well for me, so I can't say whether or not Supercat is extraordinary, but it certainly is good, to say the least. Supercat is a very pigmented, deep black. This liner doesn't seep into fine lines, nor does it smudge or smear, it stays exactly where you put it all day long even in hot, humid conditions. Supercat will smear a little bit if you rub your eyes, which you shouldn't do anyway, so it won't be a problem right? Despite Supercat's longevity I find this eyeliner really easy to remove. I have two qualms with Supercat, neither of them are major, but they are worth mentioning. The first issue is that while Supercap applies as a very day black, it fades somewhat throughout the day. It doesn't turn grey or anything, just a less intense black. The other problem? Supercat is stinky! It smells chemically and unpleasant, but not enough to ruin the product for me.
I really enjoy Soap&Glory's Supercat Carbon Black Extreme Eyeliner Pen! The packaging is attractive, though the felt tip isn't ideal for my eye shape. The price of Supercat is very fair in my opinion. The quality of Soap&Glory's eyeliner is very good! The wear time is great, though there is some fading. This has been my new go-to eyeliner, I've been using it every day lately. I can definitely see myself finishing this liner, and I think I may need to request another from Rae in our next swap. continued >>
I loved this product! I love my winged eyeliner and i've never been able to find one black enough and with good staying power until i found this!
i swatched this in store and 5 hours later it was still the same and it took me ages to scrub it off my hand!
I used to use the Bobbi Brown Gel Liner, but I'm defiantly sticking to this liner. It stays put for me usually around 6-7 hours and I find the felt tip like brush is easier. I've noticed people said its watery, it is only slightly but I think this helps you get a better flick as you can almost "glide" or "paint" it on in 2/3 strokes.
When swatched on the back of my hand it is a sharp intense black line. When I apply it on my lash line it is grey, watery and runny. I tried it several times but it is the same. Will not buy again.
I'm not a huge fan of liquid liners, but I do like this one!
I picked this up on the 3 for 2 offer at Boots as I couldn't decide what else to get. I wasn't expecting it to be great but I was pleasantly surprised. I don't usually use liquid liners - I prefer gel - but this was still super easy for me to apply, takes seconds!
The liner comes in pen form so is really easy to control and it is actually black! It also lasts all day but at the same time is very very easy to remove, no tugging needed.
If you're looking for an easy to use liquid liner I would definitely recommend this :)
I have always had trouble with liquid liner, but this is so easy to use! It's quick to apply, it lasts all night, and it only cost me £6 in Boots. I'm so pleased with this product, and would recommend it to anyone.
Although I love eyeliner I'm not as particular as some may think I am. Don't get me wrong, I do want it to last and be pigmented but I'm not searching the world for an eyeliner which will cook me dinner and clean my house. Even my HG Inglot gel eyeliner doesn't do that. I really wanted to like this product because I am hunting for a more travel friendly eyeliner and I love S&G (their cosmetics and their skincare products). However I am not impressed by products that don't stay where you put them. It was hardly at my chin by the end of an 8 hour day but my cat eye flick had disappeared from one eye and some product migrated to the outside of my lower lash line on the other. My lids can get oily but this has never been a problem before. It was very well pigmented and it was only £5 so I guess I can't be too mad but they promised "long lasting, long wear pigments," which were not delivered. continued >>
I am in love with this eyeliner! I have been using liquid eyeliner for about the last five years and can safely say I haven't found one that has been so long lasting, and so easy to use as this one. Due to the pen design it makes it easy to apply and draw great 'cat eye' looks or winged eyeliner. It also lasts all day and doesn't smudge, which has never happened with many of the other eyeliners I have used. Would definitely recommend and buy again.
This is Soap and Glory's liquid eyeliner pen. It's a felt tip style liner with a firm but fairly long brush. I found it tricky to use at first, but I'm a liquid liner noob so that was my fault rather than the eyeliner's. However, once I got the hang of it, this is the best liquid eyeliner I've seen hands down. It's only £6, which is dirt cheap. Rimmel is possibly the only thing cheaper and I find when you do winged eyes, you lose the winged flicks after a few hours. I flick using supercat, I swear to anything it stays on from 9am till 11pm with a gym session in the middle PERFECT and unsmudged. The wings are still perfectly in shape and haven't lost any colour or sharpness. The black tone is a very solid black, although you might find you want to do two "coats" to achieve the solid black. The fluid comes out fine and even, I tried majolica majorca's pen liners but the liquid would get half dry and come out blobby and horrid. Supercat is my HG liquid eyeliner, if you use liquid, 100% go out and try this!