I was actually quite impressed with the brush. It's thin and narrow enough to achieve a nice, sharp line, and the bristles are soft, not rough like some other "comes with the product" brushes. The only complaint I have about this brush is that I'm already starting to see it shed after just a few weeks of use. The shedding is not major, but I've noticed about five stray bristles so far.
The thing that surprised me the most was how small the pot of liner actually is. It looked like it was going to be larger, judging from how it appears with the lid screwed on.
I own several gel and creme liners and I must say that I've never seen a pot with an opening this small before. It took some time to get used to because it's a tiny bit difficult for me to see the surface of the product when I'm dipping the brush into it.
Another surprise was that this liner actually contains silver sparkle. I wasn't expecting that, but it's certainly not a deal-breaker for me (although I want you to be aware of it, of course).
this liner is not big on pigmentation. It IS easily buildable though. However, if you're a gel liner pro and you love intensely pigmented liners that don't require you to go back over your lines, this one's probably not for you.
I can go about 5-6 hours before I start to see light fading and slight creasing near the outside corners of my eyes. After about eight hours, I find that the color of this product has noticably faded on my eyes, but I do have extremely oily lids.
I love the fact that it come in 4 beautiful colours - i have the blue one. The packaging has a brush attached to the cap, very similar to lakme absolut gel addict but this one has a much thinner tip which makes application easier. It does not smudge or fade since i do not have oily/greasy lids. It is a little pricey but i was ok with that since it is a very pretty blue
Type: Gel, Liquid, Pencil, etc
Tip: Felt, Angled, Pointed, Pen, etc
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