Wet n Wild Mega Eyes Creme Liner has the precision of a liquid liner with the ease of a cream application, this velvet-rich eyeliner provides long-lasting definition in a waterproof formula. Easy-to-use brush included. For more information, go to http://wnwbeauty.com/.
This is the first cream line that I had ever used and I began to wonder how I ever made it with out having this in my make up kit LOL. It is very inexpensive and works great. It glides on very smoothly and does not budge and lasts all day. I even like the brush that came with the liner.
I picked this up in the US for less than $2, once again, on one of my trips to Blaine for cheaper gas. I always stop in the Rite-Aid there because they always have such great deals on lower-end cosmetics. Have gotten some spectacular deals there over the past year.
This product only comes in 2 colors, unfortunately. A black and an eggplant shade. I bought the eggplant, which is a very rich, deep purple, nearly black, but not quite. It came with a tiny brush which is a bit too thick to make a fine line on the lid, as well as a bit too rough for the eye area. Use a stiffer, fine-edged taklon brush to apply this. A natural bristle brush just absorbs too much of the product and then crusts on it.
The texture of this liner is simlar to some of the MAC pot liners I have, but a bit more waxy, and it sets pretty fast as well, so you've got to work fairly quickly. The great thing about that, however, is that it doesn't budge once it sets. It stays all day. I haven't found it to flake off at all, or smudge, or even run when it gets wet. To really test it, I ran it through my soaking bath one night and it did NOT come off. But it does come off with my own eye makeup remover which I make. I would say that this is a completely waterproof liner, for sure. To remove, dampen your cotton pads with your remover, hold in place over your eyes for 20 seconds and then wipe. Otherwise you'll have to tug at your eyes.
Would definitely buy this again. If it starts getting a bit dry before you use it all, simply warm the container, shut, in a bowl of very warm water, then add a drop or 2 of jojoba oil, which is actually a liquid wax, and mix really well with a wooden skewer or small spatula. This always gets it back into useable condition for me and doesn't destroy the consistency. It also works with other gel or cream liners too.
Definitely worth the tiny price I paid for it, just wish it came in a lot more colors.
Its cheap, works well, is extremely dark and doesn't budge (not even from my waterline). The only drawback was that it dried out way before it was even close to done (but I had used it at that point for a long time). For the price I would rebuy.
I bought this eyeliner a few weeks ago because I wanted to experiment with a creme one and this one ended up being a lot better than i expected! It was only about $5 and it was really dark and came on smoothly. It also lasted on the top and bottom of my eyes until I washed it off. You're not supposed to leave cream eyeliner out for longer than needed but once I forgot to put the cap back on and came back to it 3 hours later and it hadn't dried out! The only problem is that the small brush it comes with had rough bristles put its still usable. Overall, it was still a great buy :)
Love this stuff. Goes on very smooth & lasts all day. When I first got it I swatched it on the back of my hand & even though I tried to wash it off several times, it wouldn't budge. lol
One tip: I use the Sonia Kashuk bent e/l brush with this. It's a complete mess to wash afterward w/soap& water so I just wipe it off w/a tissue immediately after use.
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