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FAUX PRODUCT REVIEW 14: FINELINER ULTRA-SKINNY GEL EYE CRAYON EYELINER

Source: Sephora

Source: Sephora

Well isn’t this a mouthful? Marc Jacobs couldn’t call it an “ultra-skinny crayon?” They had to use every single adjective available to describe this eyeliner? Anyway, I got a sample of this last week.

Create a wide-eyed look with Marc Jacobs Beauty’s Fineliner Ultra-Skinny Gel Eye Crayon. It captures the ease and glide of award-winning Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in a revolutionary ultra-thin, two millimeter, unbreakable tip. Featuring a transformative gel formula, it lines on precisely for flawless application and sets in place for all-day wear.

I’m sure you’ll be happy to know it’s free of parabens, sulfates, and phthalates. All the fun stuff. So, I don’t know if my liner went down the wrong assembly line but this isn’t “ultra-thin.” I mean the container or whatever you call it is thin but not the crayon; however, the size is perfect to me. I like the formula and the application is easy. But if you make a mistake, you will need eye makeup remover to correct it. Once you put this liner on, you’ll need a jackhammer to remove it.

Should you buy it? This product retails for 24 bucks so I would recommend it to makeup enthusiasts. For everyone else, visit your nearest Walgreens *Kanye shrug* Shop “long-ass name for an eyeliner,” here! You’re welcome.

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