Eyeliner definitely does not go into a one type fits all category! We all have specific requirements from our eyeliner whether we want it smudge-proof, waterproof, long wearing, matte black, creamy and smudgy, fine tipped, brush or pen the options are endless.
Everyone knows that even the best of has have a hard time creating a perfect winged look and making the two wings look identical is trickier than you anticipate.
A good eyeliner can definitely help you along and make things a lot easier.
So what is my criteria for a good eyeliner? I like a fine tip, it has to be super pigmented and matte and should glide over the eyelid seamlessly without bleeding… and I have found it!
Pigment and ease of use.
The Urban Decay Perversion fine-point eye pen is very ergonomically designed as a slim pen that gives you lots of control.
It makes it easy to draw on the eyeliner very close to the lash line and to the desired shape and width.
Make sure you shake well to load up the sponge tip with product and then apply in the style you want to.
The colour of this eyeliner is a very rich and deeply pigmented true black. It has a very slight sheen to it but looks matte on the lid.
I love the thinness of the pen and the weight of it is light giving a good grip and great control.
Once the sponge tip is loaded with product it lines the lid effortlessly without having to go back in and give the pen another shake.
It is easy to create a thick defined line or a thin sleek cat eye and super sharp flicks and wings.
The possibilities are endless!
This is a great mid-price range eyeliner in a pen form and although you only get 0.55ml for rrp £18.00 (always check for discounts as these are usually on offer) you save a lot of product on unnecessary mistakes.
It glides on smoothly and effortlessly saves more time than you have on eyeliner which can be frustrating at the best of times.
It is rich in pigment, lasts all day, does not smear,bleed or budge and is waterproof!
What more could you want? It is definitely small but mighty and I love it!