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NOW YOU’RE JUST SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW FEAT EVER BILENA DIP EYELINER

4:23:00 AM


Why only one star? See my thoughts after the jump!




I’ve always been a fan of eyeliner, especially liquid eyeliners. My first eyeliner was also a dip eyeliner {I forgot the brand} and the brush tip was felt and precise. {or so I thought at the time}

Whenever I used eyeliners, during college, it would be thick cat eye looks and extended past my actual eye since my eyes are small and hooded. After a while I stopped using it and just used brown and black pencils then stopped using eyeliners altogether {Around my junior year, probably didn't have much time to make myself look more human}.



So after I saw this EB dip liner in my last haul, I decided to try it again, and lo and behold I have no love for it anymore.

It must be the felt tip that’s chunky that I always makes my eye-line looking messy and I can’t make anything more precise because of it. So versatility is next to nil.

Next up is the consistency, now I’m a fan of liquid liners but this just takes too long to dry so if I move just the slightest bit the liner transfers to my lid. Not only that, after it dries, it starts to flake and chunks start falling off and I have to reapply mere SECONDS after applying.

Maybe I just had a bad batch, maybe the expiration is close etc etc etc. All I know is, if ever I’m using a dip liner, I’m not going for this anymore.

And the name easily rubbed off after a few days of man-handling.

Any suggestions for liners pen-types with precise tips? Or dip liners with brush tips? {or even felt tips but very precise?}

Or how about gel liners and cream liners? I've only experienced the Maybelline one, it wasn't bad I just try to veer away from those jar types since I feel like they dry up too fast.

What types of eyeliner do you like?



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2 comments

  1. I prefer felt tip eyeliners because I think they are easier to use and control, though the one I'm using (Bourjois Finer Leutre) admittedly doesn't have the finest tip. But it suits my purposes just fine :) I tend to stay away from liquid liners for the reasons you've written above - especially when they take ages to dry!

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