This 3-in-1 design makes lash emphasizing dots, tight-lining and traditional lash-lining easy. The 3 tips ensure a triple coating of the blackest carbon black formula and smoother, steadier application.
I already wrote a review for this eyeliner, but if nobody was able to read it -- I absolutely loved it and used it down to its last drop. What I do want to draw your attention to is the fact that when I finally had to replace mine, I found a similar eyelining tool by ELF. For only $2, you can get the same eyeliner with 3 small tips for varied definition and the same lasting product. Since I've used both, I can vouch for them both and say that they are exactly the same. No disrespect to Too Faced, but to save $20, I'd rather purchase the ELF brand.
I bought this'd few months back and I absolutely love it. The lack is beautifully pigmented and not at all uncomfortable to apply. It lasts DAMN well and I love the variety of ways I can use it with ease.
However, about a week later I was wandering around at CVS and the Milani EyeTech Extreme was FINALLY back in stock, so I bought it immediately. I'd never used it before but I'd heard so many great things I couldn't resist. For some reason that eight dollar felt tip liquid liner is just about the best eyeliner I've ever used. TooFaced's is amazing, maybe even better, but Milan's is what I find myself reaching for every day.
I loved this liner when I first got it. I use liquid liners to get very close to my lash line and fill in gaps between my lashes, and this liner is perfect for just that. It's a great dark black, doesn't rub itself off or apply streaky like some liners do, and lasts a good amount of time. BUT!
While in my makeup bag, the cap slid off and dried out the liner. I then asked my mom to use hers one day, took it with me, and the same thing happened. The packaging is at fault for this product NOT being my holy grail liner. If I can't take this with me in my purse without it drying out and becoming unusable, then I don't want to pay the steeper price for it. Either leave this on your makeup vanity and be VERY CAREFUL to see that the cap is tight, or opt for a drugstore liquid liner like milani's. Personally, I don't think it's that much harder to control.
Pro: If you are new to tight lining your lashes this is the perfect tool for you! easy to use, slim pen. con: This eyeliner was great at first but after a couple uses noticed the formula didnt hold up to well. It runs abit after a few hours even if you apply a base to it. Since purchasing this product I have gone back and forth between potted gels and this pen. @$20 a pop dont think i will purchase this product again. Better eyeliners out there.
I took to this liquid liner very quickly. I love dotting a broken line BETWEEN my lower lashes and drawing a solid line ABOVE my upper lashes. I wonder which colors Too Faced will introduce next...
i need eyeliner, but i'm not good at getting the look i want. as a fair-skinned redhead, my eyelashes and eyebrows are so light as to be almost transparent. it's almost impossible for me to get mascara to the very base of each lash, so i end up with this tiny bit of the base of every single very light lash showing. i haven't found a way to get other eyeliners or brushes to color that last millimeter of blond lash. i hate that! this wonderful 3-tipped applicator can be applied between the lashes from above and from below the lash line, and it's very easy to tight-line as well as get color onto that area that i can't get a mascara wand close enough to cover. problem solved. i have purchased my second one and use it even when i also use a liquid, gel or pencil liner, in order to darken those last base of lash bits. my only complaint, and the reason for the 4 instead of 5 stars, is that it comes only in black, and dark brown would be more natural with my coloring. that said, i will be using it daily and purchasing more. it's a great idea.
For those who have a hard time using liquid liner, due to shaky hands- this is a must have! Its true to a liquid liner with a felt tip. Its untradtional three prong felt tip, allows you to edge your lids where your lashes meet, to assure a full eyed look! There is nothing worse, than a shaky thick black line of liner. This will prevent that from happening!
I was lucky enough to win this Too Faced 3-Way Lash Lining Tool. I was skeptical at first, when I saw the applicator. It looks like some type of strange alien tool! LOL It is the deepest darkest color of flat black, no unexpected sparkles. You may expect ye olde faithful thin brush liner type applicator, but NOO! This new innovative unique wand has 3 little 'tines' if you will. They are pliable, so as to mold to your lid as you line, but not too wiggly, nor too hard either, JUST RIGHT.
I chose to try to dot technique that the directions show on the box. I started on bottom lashline, just pressing the 3 tines in between the eyelashes, and did this all the way from tear duct to corner of the eye. I did not try it on the top lid, wanted to experiment on bottom first, to test if it would sting my eyes. It looked pretty good! I was surprised how easy it was just to press & dot. Simple. I did a little bit more dotting, then attempted a thin line with the tool, holding it sideways to achieve lined look. It did not burn, sting, or hurt my eyelid, nor the inside of my eye. It did not make my eyes water, or itch, as most liquid liners do. I even got a little bit in my eye-with no horrible allergic reaction!
I left it on the entire day, just to see how long it could last. I did housework, washing dishes/clothes etc. I sweated a little, probably wiped my eyes a bit. I sort of forgot I had it on, it was THAT comfortable. I looked later on, when I did remember. It was still on my eyes! It was a tad smeared, not raccoon eyes, or Alice Cooper, just a nice smokey smudgie look. I LOVE THIS TOOL. I only hope that Too Faced will make a brown and a plum to add to the line. I would also like to see some bronze, bright purple, bright blue, olive colors too. You will not regret buying this liner. It is fantastic.
I've been curious about this ever since I first saw it. The thing that really struck me was that it would be useful for tightlining. The pencil that I've been using for that smudges, so if I use it, it ends up all over my face. So I needed another solution. Enter the 3 way lash lining tool! The 3 pronged tip makes it easy to get into the upper lash line and the color comes out with an easy tap. It was also easy to use as a liquid liner above the eye. I haven't worn it out yet, just tried it at home, but am excited to do a look with it! The color seems really strong and the handling is manageable. I would say that I'm not a total noob with liquid eyeliner, but I'm not a pro either. So this is really perfect!
I love this liner! It bothers me when I have that gap of liners and this fills in that gap really well!! It does take getting used to, but obviously practice makes perfect. I just make sure my cap is on tight when I store it. That IS one issue. It cleans up easily if you make a mistake. Again, I LOVE IT.