THE GOOD: This product is available in 15 different colours and three different finishes: Mat (matte), Irridescent (metallic) and Diamond (sparkle). I think that the colours are gorgeous and I love how there are some shades that I don't often see in liquid eyeliner form such as red, burgundy, and fuschia. My favourite part about these is that they are FELT TIP liners! I personally prefer felt tips for my liquid liners as opposed to brushes. I enjoy thick, graphic lines and I feel that this is easier to achieve with a felt tip rather than a fine brush. The felt tips are also able to create thin lines if that is your preference. These wear really well and stay on through just about anything. They have passed my Weekday and Goth Club tests with flying colours.
THE BAD: Even though this is a great product, I am not a huge fan of the $26 (Canadian) price tag. Even though I am a heavy user of liquid eyeliner, I still feel that this price is a bit steep. (They are $23 in the U.S.)
THE UGLY: Though these liners wear well, one has to be a bit careful with one's application technique. If you happen to be heavy-handed like I am, you will quickly find out that these tend to FLAKE right OFF after they dry if you apply a very thick layer. You can see how this happened in my swatches below (see 13 Mat Black).
THE VERDICT: I adore felt tip liners and I have been using the ones I have (7, 11, 15, and 16) a LOT! They are a great way to add a pop of colour, a touch of sparkle, or graphic lines to a bolder look. The price tag is high, but if you like felt tip liquid liners as much as I do, it might be worth it for you. I'm considering getting 9 and 10 as well!
Top Row From Left to Right: 9 (Irridescent Fuschia), 8 (Irridescent Electric Purple)
Bottom Row From Left to Right: 16 (Diamond White), 5 (Diamond Turquoise Blue), 6 (Irridescent Navy Blue), 14 (Diamond Multicolour Black), 15 (Irridescent Anthracite), 13 (Mat Black).