The reviews I read on here made me excited to try this, despite my impression of Jordana products, in general. I was hoping I could find a cheaper alternative to my usual L'Oreal Lineur Intense. No such luck! Maybe I got a bad batch, but this is not pigmented at all. It is exactly like a marker and is as transparent as watercolor paint is on paper. It comes out a watery, thin medium to light grey. I had to layer the line about 5 times before it looked black, and even then, it was still see-through. I don't see how this could be confused for a quality liner at all. Needless to say, I'm disappointed, and it's back to the store it goes! The only pro was the price, which was about $2, and I still feel like it was paying too much for what you get. That's saying something.
Edited to Add: Here's a photo comparison of the Jordana Fabuliner next to my L'Oreal one. The top line is one swipe of the L'Oreal Lineur Intense in Carbon, and the bottom line is TWO layers of the Jordana Fabuliner in Black. Yes, that's right...two layers.
I saw this in the store and I couldn't even bring myself to buy it due to it's chemical smell. I am always up for trying new products, but the thought of putting this near my eyes, or near someone elses is scary. Sorry, but I will pass.
I love this liner! First off, it's cheap. And it's great for everyday use - not too dark. I can swipe this on a lot quicker than regular liquid liner. Will buy again!
EDIT: I am taking off 2 lippies because this has totally dried out on me. I also wasn't getting the color coverage I wanted.
If you like black eyeliner that is easy to apply, lasts, and is stupid cheap, find a walgreen's and buy this. Jordana is not a product I'd be drawn to based on the display, honestly, but as this was recommended to me on the makeup board, I bought it. Jordana dominates ELF, cover girl, Palladio, and milani felt tip liners as far as I'm concerned. The only one I prefer is physicians formula, mainly because the wear is better, but I also like the flexibility of the tip more. However, the PF liner is at least $10, so I am happy to keep both in my stash.
I was using Revlon Colorstay liquid eyeliner pen for months and I liked it but sometimes the color would not flow out well and I would have to go over the line again and again. I decided to by Fabuliner based on MUA suggestions and I'm very happy with it and for 1/4 the price of the Revlon!
It draws a dark even line and the liquid flows out very smoothly. I use it to do winged liner. Very happy with this purchase.
So this is pretty much the most incredible product I've ever owned.
First, it's only $1.99.
2. It's felt tip, like a marker, which makes for super easy application.
3. It has really, really great staying power. My allergies were bugging me one night and in the car on the way home I rubbed my eyes like crazy, and my eyeshadow had rubbed off, but this stuff was still there. It's pretty much a second skin.
4. It's pretty pigmented. It's not the BLACKEST black ever, but it does really well!
All this being said, I may or may not have five hoarded in a drawer. I feel like this is a wild-card product because Jordana is such a low key brand, so if they ever stop selling it I have some time to find a replacement (which will probably be quadruple the price and not as pleasing...)
I would definitely recommend this to anyone, I love my high end products but I'm not ever going to buy another black liner as long as this is available.
Sorry to be the dissenter but... hated this product. The chemical smell was overpowering. Couldn't do a thin line at all and really smudgy. darn it. was hoping for a cheap option to Stila.
I like this eye liner a lot, besides the fact its easy to use since its in pen form, it stays on and makes it easy to do a cat eye. Good black and the tip stays moist. For 2 dollars you can't do any better and I buy expensive brands as well
This felt tip eyeliner is really, really good. It beats my Covergirl felt tip eyeliner and Covergirl liquid liner. It's really pigmented, lasts a long time, and is really easy to apply. And, it's only a buck. #Winning.
I love this liquid liner. It goes on very pigmented and its easy to use. It doens't smudge on my eyes and it stays on all day.