Ever since I bleached my hair from black, black eyeliner just didn’t fit me anymore (sadly), so I stopped wearing it and completely forgot how to use liquid liners. But lately, I’m trying to step out of my comfort zone and try new things (eyeshadow, eyeliners, fake eyelashes, etc). Also I realized I could try a brown one and it could look better than the black one. And guess what? I was right. I got this Clio Kill Black Waterproof Pen Liner from Jolse in Kill Black. My thoughts? Let’s see.
As usual, we start with talking about the box. The box seems pretty basic when it comes to Clio and their boxes.
The pen itself is a little thinner than other pen/brush liners I own. It has the same design as the box. You get 0.55 ml of product, I think that’s a good amount. The tip is like my calligraphic pens, it’s easy to work with it and create both thin and thick lines.
There are 2 colours available: Kill Black and Kill Brown.
As I said in the beginning, I got the Kill Brown and the colour is amazing. It’s very pigmented, draws easily on both naked lid and over eyeshadows. However, the tip sometimes stops making a line (when I have eyeshadow underneath) and I have to turn it around or shake it.
Also, another big con is that it is easily rubbed off with finger (as seen on picture below). But when it is on the eye, it doesn’t move at all until you either rub your eye or decide to take it off with a makeup remover – it’s really easy to remove (unlike some f.e. Korean mascaras). The good thing about is, if you make a mistake, it’s pretty easy to wipe off and do it again (not like eyeshadows, orz).
The colour may look a little too dark on my eye, almost black, but I promise it looks very flattering.
I think it’s a great product if you don’t rub your eyes. The brown colour doesn’t make it as dramatic as black one so it’s great for light-haired people like me (for now). I’m also sure that the black colour is just as great.
This quickly became my go-to product and I highly recommend this to everyone. Even the beginners (me with eyeliner) because the tip is great and makes the application very easy, as said before.
About the tip – I’m not quite sure how different is the brush liner but I might get it and review it next month and maybe compare it a little so stay tuned (link will be posted here once it’s published).
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