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skone cosmetics tattooed waterproof eyeliner

I’m really bad with eyeliners. I tried all types of eyeliners but only the certain liquid eyeliners actually works on me and won’t smudge. I found Stila’s liquid eyeliner and so far it is the only one that won’t smudge on me. Ever since then, I never found anything that is equivalent or better than this product.

Recently I discovered the Skone Cosmetics’ Tattooed Waterproof Eyeliner. I gave it a try cause Skone’s $15 eyeliner is much cheaper in price compared to Stila’s $29. If it works out, it will be a great alternative for me. The size of the two products are approximately the same in terms of size and applicator.

IMG_2899The applicator comes as a thin narrow pen shape size and have a very sharp brush applicator. Skone however have a harder applicator. I found it easier to draw very very thin lines with Skone. But with that being said, if I want to draw thicker lines with Skone, I would have to draw multiple times or press really hard to get thick lines. It does hurt on my skin when I have to press it down hard for thicker lines. But then,I used it a couple of times already and it did seem like it soften on the brush.


Skone’s eyeliner dries really fast after applying it. The picture taken below is a line I drew with the eyeliner and it got an immediate scrub on that line right after I apply it. It didn’t smudge at all. I wore this to work and had it on for a good 8-9 hours and it also did not smudge.

It is a very pigmented product. I would say it doesn’t have that shiny application a liquid eyeliner usually get. It is just a very settle pigmented black colour.

Taking it off was easy and no hassle. A simple makeup remover wipe takes it off easily.

I’m really glad I found this product. This gives me a good alternative on eyeliners.

– nat


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2 thoughts on “skone cosmetics tattooed waterproof eyeliner

  1. great post!

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by Heidie Makes | November 4, 2014, 12:53 am

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