Hey, dears. So, I was debating on whether or not to buy this for a while. However, after seeing Raye Boyce and another blogger use it, I decided to try it out.
Naturally, I do my winged eye with gel liner. I just feel like I have better control with it. I’m not too crazy about liquid liner unless it’s to darken what I already have drawn out. Plus, I’m not finessed enough when it comes to drawing a wing with liquid liner. From what I heard, this pen makes doing a winged eye so much easier because of the shape of the pen.
It’s shaped as an angled bold marker. So, you would assume it would be easier to draw the cat eye shape. However, I wouldn’t say that 100% the case. This eyeliner pen isn’t the greatest, but it isn’t the worst either. It has worked for me a couple of time, but it has also frustrated the crap out of me a few times. My issue with it is that it draws a thick ass line if you’re trying to do it swiftly, like 123! If you’re a fan of a more dainty wing, then you’d have to use the tip of the marker and be careful not to eff it up. For me, this product is so-so. Yes, you can draw a cat eye easily but it’ll be a thick one, 9 times out 10. Hence, why they call it the “master graphic”. It gives you a bolder look. The lasting power is good too, but I personally prefer to stick to my gel liner.