Back with another review of another amazing product. I purchased the Kat Von D Tattoo liner probably a month and a half, maybe two months ago. And the reason it took me so long to post a review for it is because i really wanted to give you a solid, honest review talking about EVERYTHING, as first impressions of a product compared to how it makes you feel in the long run can differ. So let’s get into the pros and cons of this product.
- The tip: Out of all of the eyeliner pens that I have tried, this pen has probably one of the best felt tips. It has one of the finest, most refined points that can really help you get a phenomenal , really fine cat wing with relatively minimal effort (and we all know how challenging that is). I really think that this pen, because of the fine tip, would be great for beginners because it really gives you the control that you need when learning how to do a cat flick.
- The pigmentation: The pigmentation on this pen is so ridiculous. It is so black, and so pigmented that you really do not have to keep going back over your eyeliner to build the color. So if you want a really black wing, this pen will be great for you, but if you want one that is a little more subtle, another one might be better for you.
- Long-lasting: I have put this on very early in the morning, and by the end of the day, this eyeliner is just as dark as when I originally put it on. It hasn’t moved unless I really rubbed my eyes during the day, and it still looks good enough that I feel okay filming at the end of the day without touching up.
- The packaging: I love the packaging of this pen. It doesn’t feel like other liner pens that tend to be fatter than an actual pen. This pen is probably about the size of one of those Bic pens that you can get a 20 pack of for five bucks, like the basic ones that they give you to sign checks and what not. This width, I feel is perfect for doing eyeliner because it feels the most natural in your hand, and it gives you the most control. Any fatter or skinner, and I feel like my hand gets confused, if that makes sense. Additionally, I love the silver script all over it. I think it is extremely elegant, yet edgy at the same time.
- Dries out after a month and a half: I have had my current pen for about a month and a half, and I have already begun noticing it dry out a little bit, and I notice this in the way that it tugs at my eye a little bit, which it didn’t do when I first started using it. So instead of using it to do my entire wing, I use it to outline, and then fill in with a different liquid liner (which varies based on the day of the week).This really helps prevent the tugging issue, but still lets me use this liner to get the super close eyeliner look that I love.
- Price: Although in comparison to other high end liners this eyeliner isn’t expensive, as it only costs $19, but for some people that can be relatively restrictive. I will say though that I think anyone who tries this product will probably love it. Her eyeliner is vegan and cruelty free, which also means that it will work on sensitive skin (like mine).
Overall, I must say this eyeliner pen is probably the best on that I have ever found. It is super black, it isn’t very liquid-y, it is very long lasting. All other pens that I have tried before this one paled in comparison, which is why I can live with the faults of this product, as they are minimal, and the product, and the lines that it makes really make me feel like YAAAAASSSS. This product just makes my life feel fabulous, and like I am a queen. Yes, I am being dramatic, does this product deserve my drama and to be celebrated for being fabulous? Absolutely. So go get you some, as I always have 2 on had at all times. I’m so afraid that I’m going to lose one that I have to do that for my sanity.
What is your favorite eyeliner pen? Let me know down in the comments below!
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