BYS Angled Tip Liquid Eyeliner Pen | Review

With the number of photos I have, it is so usual for me to forget to post it. Unless, the product rocks my boat so well that I find the urge to write about it and post it immediately. Now that my camera is broken and I don't know when it will get fixed, I have no choice but to dig into my saved photos and see the treasures I have in there.
I am so stoked with my favorite eyeliner of all time that I already forgot I still have a lot in my stash. Now that I have realized that the other eyeliners I have in my cabinet deserve to be given equal chances, I am slowly getting my hands on them. One day, when I was doing my usual everyday look, I decided to reach out for the BYS Angled Tip Liquid Eyeliner Pen and gave it a try.

The BYS Angled Tip Liquid Eyeliner Pen has a tip similar to a broad-tip marker. It is dubbed to have a calligraphy tip that gives off different lines depending on the preference of the user. The horizontal angle gives a thin, defined line while the vertical angle gives a bold, thick line.

Looking at the swatches above, it's noticeable that it doesn't give off a solid black color. Good thing, it is buildable. It dries fast and stays on for a long time.

I LIKE that it ...
  • comes in a pen form.
  • has a unique, calligraphy tip.
  • has buildable color.
  • stays on for long hours without fading.
  • is longwearing.
  • is easy to remove.
  • is available in all Watsons and leading department stores nationwide.

I DON'T LIKE that it ...
  • takes a few swipes/layers to achieve the color that I want.
  • is a bit tricky to use.
  • [the ink] doesn't come out immediately. The tip has to be pushed on the skin for it to come out.

The soft black color payoff of the BYS Angled Tip Liquid Eyeliner Pen makes it good enough to be used everyday. But then again, it is a bit tricky to use so make sure to use the tip that dispenses the product well. For me, it didn't pass my requirements for an eyeliner, hence, I won't repurchase.


♥ Jes ♥

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