These richly hued pencils are formulated to mimic the ultra-soft texture of the Indian eye darkener of the same name. The luscious formula glides on perfectly, without dragging across the fragile skin of the eye area. Delivers bold, clear, true color that easily blends and beautifies.
Holy cow! This pencil is super pigmented. There is no need to build up the color. It goes on as black as night. Super creamy and smooth application. My only complaint is that it doesn't last all day. You can make it last longer by setting it with shadow though.
I have this eyeliner in Topaz. It is really creamy and because it's a light colour, it really makes you look wide awake. I wore this for a project photoshoot I had for school and it made me look like a doll (with false eyelashes, of course). I would really recommend this eyeliner if you wanna give a natural pop to your eyes. :)
This is my favorite eyeliner. It just glides right on and the pigment is awesome. I have the black and topaz. These are the eyeliners I have been using for the longest
I love this eyeliner - I have used it since high school. I rarely use it so much as an all around eyeliner, but I use it anytime I line my waterline - almost everyday. It is super soft, SUPER pigmented and dark black, so it goes on effortlessly. It lasts ALL day and I don't even cover it with a black eyeliner or anything and rarely need to reapply it. It is perfectly blendable for a smoky look, too.
I first saw this used in multiple tutorials on You Tube and finally got to Sephora and bought it. I love it! It's the creamiest, smoothest eye liner I have ever used! I couldn't believe the texture of it. It would be an awesome base as well. I only own Topaz, but I want to buy all of them!
I don't use this liner as a regular liner. However, I tend to use this as a base when doing a smokey eye or I use it on my lower and upper waterlines for a more dramatic look. It applies very creamy and smooth, so be careful not to push down too hard when applying. If used as a regular liner it does tend to smudge, so I recommend applying a matte black shadow over it or a color of your choice. It takes a long time for you to sharpen this bad boy until its last use, so I think its definitely worth the price ($18). I used this as a base for the look attached.
These liner are very pigmented and they apply well but they are so so soft, too soft sometimes, they break and can make a mess when you trying to apply it. They also don't last all day. So they are great if you looking for smudged liner look but not the best for a sleek straight line.
I love it, as far as staying on my lower lash line, but as far as applying it to the top, its a little messy, and it smudged on the outter corners, but it is very dark, which I like, and like I said it does well on the lower lash line.