Too Faced Sketch Marker Liquid Art Liner is a brand new item and I have all the details for you now!
Sketch Marker is a liquid eye liner which was inspired by Japanese calligraphy pens. It claims to have a waterproof, fade-proof, feather-proof application. It has a flexible tip which allows you to create a really thin line or a thicker one if you wish. It comes in twelve shades from light pastels to a deep inky black. The cap is cute, it looks like a pen cap, which you could clip onto things.
Black is a dark black.
Pure White is a vivid white.
Candy Pink is a light pastel pink.
Papaya Peach is a pastel orange.
Canary Yellow is a bright pastel yellow.
Smokey Emerald is a deep matte green.
Sky Blue is a bright pastel blue.
Steel Blue is a medium muted blue.
Deep Navy Blue is a dark blue.
Deep Lilac is a light pastel lilac.
Deep Espresso is a dark brown.
Charcoal Black is a dark black (slightly darker and shinier than “Black”)
I just got these in so I have not yet worn them on my eyes. After swatching on my hand both without primer (as shown here) and then with primer (not shown) I can tell you that these are not without some faults. Most of these were just one swipe, but the pastel ones did need two swipes to look more even and colorful. That’s not a huge deal though. I did notice some of them feathered on me, with or without primer on my hand. Mainly the darkest ones did that. The best pigmented ones are Black, Papaya Peach, Smokey Emerald, Sky Blue, Deep Espresso and Charcoal Black. As far as being fade-proof and smear-proof, they do have good staying power when I try to smudge them after they have dried. Waterproof though? Well just getting them wet didn’t remove them, but getting them wet and then wiping took them off without too much work. So I wouldn’t think that you can wear them and expect them to last whilst doing synchronized swimming or anything, but they could last decently if you are prone to slightly watery eyes.
These are on the Too Faced site now and are $20.00 for 0.015 oz.
Which colors are your favorites?