I've heard great things about this eyeliner from my mates so i decided to get it too. I give it 5 stars for staying power. cuz i have really oily lids and i have really dry eyes so i tend to squeeze my eyes shut a lot. That's why any eye makeup i use needs to be absolutely water proof and smudge proof. My only complaint is the packaging. I'm not a fan of the brush because i personally think it's easier to line my eyes with a felt tipped liquid liner. This just doesn't do it for me and it's so difficult to tightline my eyes because the product always seems to gather at the base of the pen and not the tip. It's also fairly pricey but apart from the packaging, the formula is amaze balls.
I have oily lids and have had my fair share of searching for one that would stay put until you are ready to take them off. I give this 5 lippies for staying power. I have dark circles around my eyes (a battle to camouflage on its own) so it's important that shadows and liners and mascara don't smudge at all. The only other liquid liner that has earned my trust is Gosh Art Liner but the brush of MM is definitely easier to use plus I like the dispensing method. I rate this a 4 primarily due to $; given that it's a liquid liner the shelf life is shorter as well as it's not readily available where I live. It's an hour and a half drive to buy this liquid liner.
I'm very picky when it comes to eyeliner because it's the main highlight of my look, without eyeliner I'd look sleepy or bored haha. Before this I was using Revlon's colourstay pencil liner which was the best drugstore liner I'd ever used, but after 8 hours, it'd start to smudge ever so slightly, and just the tiniest bit of smudged black under my eyes would put 10 years on me. I was very skeptical about liquid liners because of how difficult they were to remove, how mistakes were costlier and how I always read about them drying up. And tbh, I only got this because it was on sale (was S$23, got it at $15) and I did my research first before getting it. I am pleased to say that it really is a good buy! So good, I have it in dark brown, navy blue and black. They're opaque and does not flake or smudge even after a good 12 hours. Oh man, it's such a refershing change. To look the same at 8pm when I put my makeup on at 8am. The samples they have in stores are very off-putting because the bursh hairs are splayed all over the place, so I'm very careful when capping the pen. So far, I only have one hair out of place which upsets me sometimes when it accidentally draws a thin line out of the main application but it's cool, I can live with that. I've also bought another black one, because it's what I use everyday. So far it's been 3 months and it hasn't finished yet! Very good buy, I think. Applying it is a learning curve I think, no clumsy or rushed fingers allowed here! The brush reminds me of chinese caligraphy, and you can go thick to thin which makes different degrees of winging easily achievable (with practice). Best part about this liner - not needing eye makeup remover. My pencil liners had all previously needed eye makeup removers but not this one! Whilst washing my face, I can just go over my eyes and the liner ink will come off easily in flakes. Wash it with water and voila, your eyes are bare without having to worry about residue. So seeing as I've repurchased this already, I'd definitely repurchase - again! I'd also look out for sales, because well, a $7 discount makes all the difference in the world!
This is amazing and i would repurchase for sure. I got this in dark brown, initially i thought it may not be dark enough, but it is an almost black dark brown, looks natural but defines. Black liners don't work for me so i usually go for dark brown.
Long-wearing, does not budge all day even though i have oily eyelids
Fine brush tip, very easy to use
More sanitary as you twist for more product to come out at the tip
One of the best liners I've used definitely!
I'm using the one darkest one BK999 and the pigment is great. The one I'm using has lasted me for months despite using it almost everyday for school. The brush however could be thinner to be able to create a more natural look. The twist of the pen also produces too much product sometimes if you just wish to touch up or need a little product.
I first saw this from the beauty blog www.pinkpitstop.wordpress.com
I'm glad I did because it's a really good eyeliner! The line is precise and stays on the whole day :) I just wish you could precisely control the amount that comes out when you twist the bottom part. I always end up with too much for one eye.
Still, I would definitely buy this is in the future.
It applies very smoothly. The color is very opaque!
Bought this eye liner few months ago. Never try it.
Always use heavy rotation pencil eye liner, until last week start using MM eye liner.
This is the first time using liquid eye liner, very easy to use.
The colour is fab, very long lasting. Definitely will buy again XD
I bought this eyeliner 4 years ago and since then never looked back. I had some problems with the black colored ones (the pigments didn't really run well with the solvent so shake well) but the brown and black-green ones have never disappointed me.
I even use this for tightlining and never had a problem with it smudging. It does flake off, but on my super oily lids, it never ever gave me panda eyes. Just how oily are my lids? Well, I've tried all sorts of pencils and never did one stay on for an hour(Chanel ones to cheap Emily ones). I've tried gel as well and those came off within 2 hours (Kate, Maybelline, Bobbi Brown). This is the ONLY liner that works in Singapore's heat and humidity.
Although it stays on pretty well, cleaning it off is not a problem at all. :D best of all, if you make a mistake, just wait for it to dry completely before q-tipping the mistake off. It is kinda pricey, but one liner lasts forever. If you find it hard to draw directly, try cleaning off some excess on the back of your hand. Use it at an angle - it makes drawing a nice line so much easier. The inability to smudge with this eyeliner does limit so makeup styles though, but hey, when you have lids as oily as me, well, you just work with what you have. :D
This used to be something like the high end brands eyeliner. It delivers high pigmented and long lasting colour. The soft brush allows the work to be much easier. No affords are taken to apply on even for very thin eyeliner. I liked that one which comes in blackest black. It is hard to find something like that which will not hurt your purse much in Malaysia. However, it doesn't have high survival skills when it is touched with sweats and liquid. But it also means it is easily removed with remover. The price may be slightly pricey for a drugstore liquid eyeliner but it was worthy. Now it delivers much more watery and less black liners. And that is why I have stopped looking for it again. It is priced about RM50 and one can last about 3 months if is used daily. It is available at any Majolica Majorca counter.