I'm not sure if I just got a bad one of these or what but mine was incredibly hard. There was no possible way to use it. It is a beautiful white color but it just would not work at all for me. Even tried warming it up and took a lighter to the tip to try and soften it. Not the best idea but hey I really wanted it to work. And it didn't :(
I do like the idea of covering a blemish with this first and then putting on concealer as another reviewer mentioned. Maybe try it for that? But for eyeliner this is a no go product.
Very white, just got this tonight, so I have not tried it.Will write a full review after I use it.
This pencil is pigmented but it's so hard that it hurts my eye when I apply this on. This pencil also tug the skin around my eye. Although it's cheap, i dont think this is worth getting since it tugs my skin and all. If you want to get this, they sell it for 99 cents at rite aid. It can look unnatural since this is super white.
Took away a lip for slight tugging on application. Great for line filling with concealer.
I think that this did an OK job. It took FOREVER to get any sort of pigment on my waterline, even though it was super-pigmented when I warmed it up and drew a line on my hand (when it was brand-new and the point was deadly sharp) to soften it. I probably won't get this again, but I will try the Rimmel one. I've heard good things about that one.
I love this pencil. It's a little harsh, so you have to use a light hand, but it stayed on my *waterline* all day!! i think that is amazing, I only wish it came in one of their automatic pencils as opposed to one you have to sharpen.
of all of wet n wilds eyeliners, this is one of the smoothest. the colored ones tug and the black has a different texture. its easy to use, really cheap and great for brightening and opening up the eye. I only use it on the lower 1/3 of my eye near the tear duct and then some white shimmer really opens the eye up. my only complaint is that this can look really unnatural if without makeup and I think a beige color would be better if used on the whole waterline
Since this is the first white eyeliner I tried, my review might not be accurate.
Before sharpening, it's very hard to apply. (I tested it out on my hand a lot of times.)
After sharpening, it glided on very easily. The color is very pigmented, but it didn't work too well on making my eyes look bigger. I still use it for fun though, LOL.
I bought it at Rite Aid, for $0.99, so it's no big deal that it didn't work out for me.
I love this lined into lower rims ie. the waterline, instantly brightens up dull and tired eyes! I tried this out after watching the Tyra Show...It didn't irritate my eyes or anything of the sort (girls with sensitive eyes, becareful). I rarely wear full make up, it's usually just tinted sunscreen, a dab of concealer under the eyes, a stroke of mascara on the lashes with the optional dark eyeliner on upper lids, this white liner drawn into my lower rims (and on the browbone for a subtle highlight) and a tinted lipbalm. Every girl out there (especially night owls who wake up with dark eye bags) should own a white eyeliner! This one is a steal, no more excuses for broke girls like me!
NW25, Lt Brown, Blue/Hazel, Combo, No Breakouts. I thought I would use this on my waterline, but it was too "stark". Garish on me. I now use a nice beige and it works much better. No repurchase for me!