- Perfect Black
Our creamy, long-wearing eyeliners glide on with the ease of a liquid liner and lock down for 8 hours of budgeproof, smudgeproof wear.
These high-impact pencils come in six waterproof shades ranging from the necessary classics to cutting-edge couture.
Each includes a flexi-firm, beveled smudger to allow a smoky blend or precise line.
Made in Germany
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|Isododecane, Cyclopentasiloxane, PEG/PPG 19/19 Dimethicone, Synthetic Wax, Hydrogenated Polydicyclopentadiene, Nylon 12, C20 40 Alcohols, Perfluorononyl Dimethicone, Polyglyceryl 4 Diisostearate/Polyhydroxystearate/Sebacate, Polyethylene, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Tocopherol, Mica, May Contain (+/-): Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Ferric Ferrocyanide (CI 77510), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Chromium Oxide Greens CI 77288|
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Soft but really stays put
describe yourself Classic Style
- Blends Easily
- Bold Color
- Doesn't Run
- Easy Removal
- Easy To Apply
- Glides On Smoothly
- Going Out
- Smoky Look
- Thicker Line
Comments about Too Faced Perfect Eyes Waterproof Eyeliner, Perfect Black, 1 ea:
I bought this pencil and LOVE IT! I have hooded eyes and oily lids, so it's hard to find a liner, any liner, that stays put (and from a cruelty-free company). I have pretty good luck with browns staying, but black liners tend to stray more on me. I like the soft look of a line with a pencil, so I was particularly happy to find this pencil. There's a small window where you can smudge it before it's not going to budge. I wanted to get another, but saw the review about difficulty with sharpening. Yes, it is soft, but it's not impossible to sharpen. Don't push it all the way down into the sharpener, just far enough to start sharpening it. Also don't keep going until it's totally sharpened. Just sharpen enough to expose some product, then take a tissue on a hard surface, hold the pencil on a low angle, point away from you, pull the pencil towards you, drawing a line on the tissue using the side of the tip, rotate the tip and draw another line, and repeat until you've made the tip more pointed.