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The makeup experts at Sumita have created a versatile eyeliner that exceeds all our tough standards: sensational blending abilities, bold colors, and nonirritating formulas. The soft wax formula goes on smooth to create clean lines or can be smudged to smoky perfection. Plus, the long-lasting liner will hold up all day and night.
I love how smooth this eyeliner is. I've tried everything from pencil to marker-tip. This is simply the best and smudges really well.5
This eyeliner goes on smooth and the hue is really pretty on my brown eyes and tan skin. After a night out however, the liner did not hold up well. I use a primer, and still this liner was barely visible after a few hours.3
I got a bronze shade of this liner in my monthly box. I loved it! It was subtle but elegant and stayed on for the whole day. I would definitely recommend this product.5
This eyeliner isn't my complete, can't live without fave, but it was a nice eyeliner. Goes on easy, didn't smudge too bad. I really liked it !5
This eyeliner is decent but not my favorite. I had trouble getting the product to transfer to my eylids at first, so it took longer than I would have liked to apply.4
This eyeliner is really great - can go on in a dark, dramatic line but is also easy to smudge for a little more natural look.5
I was surprised at how much I liked the green-ish gold color that came in my box. I typically stick with black or smokey brown eyeliner, but when I tried this on, I LOVED the way the color played on my hazel eyes. The pencil went on super smooth, and it lasted all day!5
Beautiful color, went on great--then when I was out on the 4th of July, I was sweating and it ran right off. I washed it off that night and still had blue junk under my eyes. I would not purchase.2
I like that this eyeliner goes on so smooth. The colors are great and it is pretty durable. Needs attention (clean up/re application) after 8-10 hours.4
Tried the sample - I love how the eyeliner goes on and that it's easy to keep the line defined. Unfortunately, by the middle of the day, the dreaded raccoon eyes had begun.3