Unlisted Brand • Fran Wilson Cake Eyeliner • Eyeliner
|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Back before I got permanent eyeliner (love it), I always preferred a cake liner because I could get more control of the application. Yes, it takes some practice to get the right consistency but the result was very good. At one point, cake liners became very difficult to find so I bought an expensive Channel charcoal one. Really, it was not not superior to Fran Wilson or the old Maybelline ones I had used for years. The only reason I would not repurchase is due to having the permanent liner.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I really like this liner. I use only cake liners, (with the exception of Maybelline's waterproof Ultraliner which is great but can flake a bit) and after years and years of using Clinique's it seems like suddenly the formula is different and it just wasn't doing the job anymore.
Enter Fran Wilson, saw the reviews on here and decided to give it a try. For the price, you get a decent amount of product and the pigment is very black the way I like it. I use my own brush and plain water and am able to get a smooth, dark line the first time around no problem. The product is also buildable and you can intensify it by adding less water and reapplying. Staying power was very good, no smearing, flaking or smudging. I fell asleep with this liner on and instead of being a smudgy mess in the AM, it had simply faded away uniformly which was great.
I would recommend this to others who like cake liners, it's not quite HG yet.....but who knows. I have tried many and this one in my opinion beats the Kryolan cake liner hands down. My next try will be Ben Nye and if he doesn't deliver then I am sticking with Fran!
***Edit Went back to using my Maybelline Ultra Liner as this just wasn't being consistent for me. Its not bad, just ok. Sometimes I got a great, smooth line. Others times not. Tried different brushes and liner sealers and I am still sticking with the Ultra Liner as I can get a smooth, deep line half asleep without much effort.I would buy this again if they disco'd my Maybelline but still for my HG cake liner and have ordered the Ben Nye. We'll see!
Age: Unknown Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have this in black and brown. You can make very thin, neat, dark lines with this. I like the look better than gel actually and better than liquid. I wet a brush, thinner than the one it comes with. I find it long lasting too, but I do use a primer under. You get a ton of product for the money, very good value.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Warm Hair: Black, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This cake eyeliner was my second foray into the world of cake eyeliners. My first cake liner was Benefit's Babe Cake eyeliner (which I purchased with a gift certificate) but after it fell and broke after 2 months of use, I went looking for a cheaper alternative and I found Fran Wilson's Cake Liner in Black on Amazon.com. This eyeliner doesn't smear or flake off and I can make a thinnest of lines without much effort. As with all cake eyeliners, I would recommend you use a sealant (I recommend La Femme's Cake Eyeliner Sealer) to activate the cake liner and to prolong it's staying power and to make it waterproof. Also, I would recommend that you discard the crappy little brush that comes with this cake liner for it's garbage.
Although I no longer use this product on daily basis because I have since discovered (and fallen in love with) Ben Nye Cake Eyeliner, I will always keep one of these cake liners on hand for back up purposes because the packaging is quite slim, fits nicely and does not take up much space in my daily makeup.
If you are interested in trying a cake liner this is good option to try and its very economical to boot.