Review: Etude House Proof 10 Liquid Liner

The handle is long and easy to control. The brush is thin and flexible so it`s excellent for thick or thin lines, and winging it out if wanted. I`ve read reviews that said it;s too watery and takes a long time to dry, but that`s only when there`s too much product. For me, after I`ve removed the excess on the brush, thin and thick lines dried in under one minute. Once dried it was completely smudge proof. I tried it on the back of my hand and no matter how hard I rubbed, it wouldn`t budge. It was quite waterproof as well. It did flake a bit after I washed my hand twice, but the majority was still there. It`s also pigmented and one pass was enough to get the perfect black eyeliner. Although it`s both smudge proof and waterproof, it was very easy to remove with an eye makeup remover. I`ve also read the packaging was bulky for some but not for me because I didn`t carry it around to reapply. Overall I liked this eyeliner. It was pigmented and very easy to use, even for me who is used to pencil and gel eyeliners.

Unfortunately I think this has been discontinued and replaced with a `gelquid` liner that`s in a slimmer packaging. I haven`t tried so I don`t know whether the formula has changed.

All photos are my own.

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