Make Up And Hair (MUAH) - Waterproof Eyeliner Pen from E.L.F.

by - August 27, 2012

Eyeliners redefine the shape of our eyes.  It comes in pencil, powder, gel and liquid.  This type of eyeliner from E.L.F. comes in a pen.


I love pen eyeliners because they are easy to use and super handy!  It may not give you the blackest of the black and the intensity compared to liquid and gel liners, but I just love how soft and subtle the effect is when applied.  With that, you can wear them whenever without looking a k-pop everyday.  *wink (but hey, i love k-pop looks!)


Since it's also waterproof, you don't have to worry about the smudging.  It's not a stubborn makeup, so you can instantly get rid of it by using a remover.  At the same time, it won't ruin your eye makeup.  For super oily skin, I recommend applying black eye shadow over it.  


Can I just use a board marker to line my eyes?!?! They are so similar!  HAHA!  Well, except for the tip.  Of course, an eyeliner like this should have a precise applicator.


See?  It's not so intense compared to liquid and gel.  I use it to tight line my eyes.  I apply it closest to the lash line as possible.  It will make your lashes look thicker as well.

One reminder though, when not in use, put on the cover so it won't dry out.  And also, when you store it, put it upside down so the formula inside can come out easily.

To sum it up...

What I love about:
  • not too intense
  • easy to use
  • handy
  • perfect for tight lining
  • not too expensive
What I don't like about:
  • can dry quickly
Rating: 5/6 stars

What do you think?

I know that this comes in different colors too!  Check out E.L.F. Philippines' FB Page for more information on their products.


your sweetest drug,



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2 comments

  1. i used to own this, but had to bin it within a month because it had dried up by then!
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    xx

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    1. yay, i have to watch out then. :) thanks for the comment! :)

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