Bright Eyes Liners
|Jordana Bright Eyes Liners L-R: Green, Orange, Pink,|
|Bright Eyes Liners after rubbing my finger on them|
It's saving grace is its use as a base. Although the pigmentation isn't ultra-bright, it is colorful enough to make any shadow you apply over it vibrant and stunning. And because of it's drier formula, it stays put rather well and my worries of creasing subsided. Without these liners in Green & Yellow, I wouldn't have been able to create my Mrs. Grinch Holiday look. These will definitely get a lot of use out of me for this purpose, just not as a traditional liner.
Bottom Line: Amber Likes....kind of
Easyliners & Fabuliner
|Easyliner L-R: Lavish Brown, Mint, Denim Blue, Smokey|
Bottom Line: Amber Likes
Finally, the best part of this haul: the Fabuliner Liquid Liner Pen. This is the best liquid liner I have ever used, hands down. I do have to qualify that statement, however, in that I'm not a huge user of liquid liner, so in no way am I a connoisseur. But this product has inspired me to explore liquid liners more. It's sooooo easy to use because it's shaped just like a marker and it's got tons of pigmentation. Two problems I've encountered when using liquid liners: Regular liquid liners that come with a brush get globs of product on the applicator and creates a huge mess on my lid, while the eyeliner pens tend to dry out and don't have any product on them to apply in the first place. With Fabuliner, both of these problems are solved. It dispenses enough product in the marker tip so that a pigmented black line is easily applied on the lash line in one swipe, while globs of product are not put out of the tip at once so there's no mess. Perfect! You can see the product in action in my Maleficent FOTD.
Bottom Line: Amber LOVES <3<3<3<3<3
Have you had any experiences with any of these liners? Other budget liners that you'd like to give a shout-out to?