I have a confession: I suck at doing winged liner. But I feel like it adds a little bit extra glam to any look, so I have decided to make an effort to learn how to do it right. This is why today’s post is a Taos Cosmetics Eyeliner Pen review.
Taos Liquid Liner Review
The Taos eye liner comes in a standard liner pen packaging with the Taos branding on it. The cap closes very firmly and the nib comes to a very fine point. The packaging is very well done.
The applicator is a felt tip, and it dispenses product evenly. And you guys! I’ve literally only started using this, but I love it. The product dries really fast. It doesn’t bleed during application. It doesn’t fade or flake throughout the day. The shade is a true black, and it makes creating a wing so effortless.
This liner glides effortlessly over bare skin and matte shadows, but it requires a little more effort to show up over foiled shadows or glitter.
This liner has a very fine tip which helps to create a very precise wing. It is very beginner-friendly. I mean look at my wing. Not too shabby! 😊
PS: I’m wearing the Yanga Beauty Browlution on my brows in this photo.
Here are swatches on my hand.
The only thing I can’t say for sure is how long it will last before drying out. But eye liners and mascaras should be replaced ever so often anyway, and at N1800, I wouldn’t mind replacing the Toas Eyeliner pen when necessary.
Price and Where To Buy
N1800 from Taos Cosmetics
I believe this is also available at House of Tara.
Have you tried this? What are your thoughts? What’s you’re favourite eye liner pen?
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