This is my favorite liner of all time, I have tried a few and I always come back to this one. I often use eyeliner as tight lining (to make my lashes look fuller) and as a thin line on my eyelid. I have hooded eyes (which mean that I have skin falling down on my eyes) so if I use to heavy eyeliner. The only thing you see is a line, which is not what I prefer.
The color of the primer is skin toned, which is really great since it matches my skin tone a lot better than white primers. A lot of Korean products wants to make you look paler then you are. Since that is the fashion in Korea. When you are darker in color rather than super pale, this can be a problem due to that these products will make you look uneven (not matching your neck or chest) and paler than natural. Therefor a skin toned primer is the safer choice.
I was really surprised by this product, I actually really like it.
I only use a tiny amount because I really don’t like the look of overdrawn eyebrows. The overdrawn look or the Instagram look started in the drag business. Simply for guys to look more feminine.
To me, the overdrawn eyebrow looks weird (on me) and unnatural and is simply not for me. But it might look good on you, and if you are liking it, keep it up. It is only makeup and you should have fun with it.
This one is quite hard and can be somewhat harsh if you are filling in a lot. It lasts the whole day on me. The pigmentation is good and really the only thing I might complain about is the hardness. Fixing once eye brows really make a huge difference. It opens up the whole face.
The result of the application is really natural and if you don’t overdo the filling, the result is really great.
I am a total sucker for cleansing oils, I simply love them. They work wonders and they are amazing for every skin type there is.
Before I started with Korean skincare I used pure Argan oil as a moisturizer. It was really amazing and did a good job, just not good enough for my skin. So I was really looking forward in trying this one out.