I agree. The pen is very oily and smears all over the place. Plus the liquid doesnt dry quickly so when you contiue to finish your makeup it doesnt 'stick' to your eye.
sadly my mother just GAVE me another lol
I agree with Valentina in that this can be messy. However, I use liquid eyeliner and I sometimes have trouble with the brands that use skinny brushes. Using this to clean up the line isn't perfect, but it beats taking a cotton ball or swab and makeup remover and re-doing the whole eye. The liners I prefer are water and smear-proof, so a q-tip dipped in water won't cut it. I drag the fine point of the makeup remover pen over the mistake, then use a dry q-tip to clean up the oil and smudge, then redo eyeshadow, powder, or eyeliner as needed.
It's not perfect, but it's better than starting over.
this thing isnt just bad, it is counterproductive. the pen smears the makeup around, leaves an oily mess that melts and messes up the surrounding makeup and makes reapplication on top impossible, and the pen retains all the stains from removing the makeup so you have to waste the product wiping it on your hand to remove the residue or else you just wipe it back on your face... its just a ridiculous, ill -thought- out piece of garbage. i ran out and bought it after reading an emphatically great review on another site..dunno what she was thinking... but don't make the mistake i did!!