Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner takes liner to the next level. Rich, creamy color that glides on smoothly with a completely budgeproof finish. Incomparable 12-hour wear with no smearing and no caking. Deeply dramatic shades named for the most iconic streets in the world. - Long-wearing - Achieves rich, intense color - Twist up delivery and built-in sharpener Sharpening tips: - To achieve a soft point, twist up the pencil color to slightly above the height of the sharpener blade. - Hold the sharpener still in one hand and gently insert the pencil and turn the pencil clockwise, shaving the edges to a soft point. - Repel pencil color so only the sharpened area is exposed.
I have long struggle with eye liners since i have oily lids, some of them will be O.K. but at the end just not good enough.This eyeliner is just deep black and draws perfect lines that stay in place. But what's really amazing is the sharpener at the end! Such genius and useful little thing. I can even line the water line of my upper lashes and it wont smudge, simply a great product.
I was looking for a flesh-colored eye liner pencil for my waterline to look more awake. I owned a cheap white eyeliner, but the contrast was fake looking. I came across this at Sephora and I love it, of course. The color is a yellow toned beige, which suits me just fine. The pencil itself is smoothe, creamy, and pigmented, exactly what you'd expect from a $23 eyeliner. It definitely lives up to its claim of being long-wearing, for the most part. Its glides nicely on the waterline and doesn't tug of irritate my eyes much. I like having eyeliner on my waterline, but I have very sensitive eyes, so I hardly put any liner on my waterline because of that. So I appreciate that I can wear this without feeling like there's poison on my eyeballs. :)
Can we just talk about how amazing these pencils are? Not only do they apply like a dream, but they last all day on my slightly oily lids. The only downside (and the reason for docking 1/2 a star): the weird sharpening system. If you're not careful you'll lose a lot of product. My advice? Don't use the smaller sharpener attached to the end of the pencil, just hold it at an angle. Oh, and it's a twist up pencil-- DO NOT try to us a regular sharpener on it!