I have heavy lids that have deflated after major weight loss, and now sit ON my lashline. Because of this any eyeliner will transfer right? If i sweat or cry I'll have a copy of the perfect line I made somewhere on the upper lid right?
Well I was trying them all with NO luck no matter what they cost or claimed! Then I bought this one.
Unfortunately this one came just as I was about to give it the ultimate test. My husband of almost 40 years passed away after fighting cancer for 4 years. He was my everything and I still love him with everything I have.
He died at home with me 4 weeks ago and I have worn this to the funeral and everyday since. I've shed buckets of tears and because it's in the 90's and 100% humidity here in Ohio, I've sweat rivers too.
Not one transfer, smudge or fade away! I hope you NEVER have to worry about your liner under circumstances anything like this but if you cry happy tears or sweat you can count on this one more than any other one I've tried!
It basically fits all of the requirements I would want in my perfect eyeliner. It's affordable, extremely black, opaque, easy to use, waterproof, stays on for a long time, and the tip is quite thin so you can get wings as sharp as a sword.
I also usually have to use makeup remover and concealer to clean up my lines, but I barely need to do any maintenance with this. My cat eyes have been turning out so clean and beautiful.
Disclaimer: I have extremely oily eyelids. Like, they laugh in the face of most waterproof eyeliners or mascaras. It's an issue. But not with this eyeliner! This little guy has some staying power, for sure, but only when I properly prime and shadow my lids. Otherwise, it's a fighter, but usually gives up come afternoon, but that's usually when normal liners give up even with priming and shadow, so there's that!
I do like this eyeliner. It is in fact comparable or a dupe (IMO) to KVD tattoo liner. I heard this on YouTube.
I've been using this for about a week now. This really does look nice. Its matte, opaque black. It's a brush tip. I don't have any issues with smudging or transferring. I prefer a dramatic, thick wing. No issues with a tiny precise line either. Try it for sure.
It's waterproof in that it doesn't budge when water flows over it. If you start rubbing it, it takes a few swipes to start disappearing (the other takes a LOT of rubbing, so a little less effective on that point). We'll see, but I think that will be close enough!
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