Well, how should I start? This is my 1st time reviewing a product. I have always done a lot of research on MUA before making my purchase, but rarely have the urge to write in my own comment on any products (despite the fact that I never have enough room on my dressing table to store all my makeup stuffs).
Seeing one of my HG items doesn't have that much credit as it deserves really breaks my heart.
This item came to my realm from a recommendation of my bestie - who is a makeup sucker herself :) I'm a born messy, can't hardly draw anything, not to mention a tiny line on eyelids. My hands are not steady, so I would never think of buying liquid eyeliners. At first I was hesitant to grab this, assuming that it's gonna end up sitting of the bottom of my drawer like other expensive but useless Dior Snow, Lancome or Estee Lauder pencils. But I was convinced by my frd, she has such smouldered eyes, which enhances her makeup a lot. So I was sold, and I'm so glad that I did.
For the 1st time, I can draw a smooth perfect line. The application goes on so effortlessly. It's the only product that deserve the name "automatic" liners which many claim to have but they don't!!! Before that I always thought that I might poke my eyes one day when trying to press the pencils so that the line will show up, but with this, just a gentle stroke and voila! I agree with some others that it's the hybrid between gel and cream, which makes the colors so out-standing and long-lasting. It doesn't smudge at all on my oily lids (FYI, i use Mac's Prep Prime Eye underneath, my eyeshadows fade sometimes still but not the liners). The smudger on the other end comes in handy when I want to creat a quick smokey look. Just draw a thick line, smudge it out, add some dark shadow on top of that to make the color more vibrant and some highlighter beneath the eyebrows and corners of the eyes and you are good to go.
Thanks to this Big Fat Fun, I gain my confidence that every girl can beautify themselves and yes, makeup makes magic ;)