Hello fellows, fall is here (almost!) and I am totally digging the winged eyeliner and bold lips look for this season. Oh well, you need no reason for a winged eyeliner, do you? Whatever the occasion, whatever the outfit, winged liner always looks classy. Some people find it really hard to get that perfect winged look ( I feel your pain) but I believe with practice and the right tool, anyone can nail it. I've always been a fan of marker/pen eye liners cause I feel they give me control over the thinness or thickness and the type of look I want to go for. I heard good reviews about Diana of London super intense rich black liner and decided to give it a try.
Diana Super fine intense rich eyeliner, Long lasting & quick drying. Easy to handle with ultimate control & accuracy. High – tech & innovative ultra fine tip ensures an even and precise application. Dermatologically approved.
For an intense oriental look: Use Diana super fine eyeliner pen, close to the bottom and top lash line.
I'm going to start off by saying I am in love with this liner. Period. From the packaging, it looks like a thin black marker/pen. It has a long tip, which is slightly longer than the tip of liners I have used before. But the tip is soft and makes the application very smooth.
I have a bad habit of rubbing my eyes but thanks to its smudge-free formula, I don't end up looking like a panda. It dries within minutes of applying. It stays for a long time on your eyes without fading away.
I've never been a fan of water proof eye liners cause I feel they appear shiny, but this one has a matte finish.
You may find a little hard to remove it, try using any cleansing milk. I use ponds milk cleanser.
Intense black color
I got it for 960rs ($9.5) which is a little pricey for a plain black liner.
Thanks for reading :) Are you a sucker for winged liner?