Who's a liquid liner fiend?
While I don't deny that I started off my lining adventures with a good ole pencil liner, ever since I turned to pen liquid liners, it's safe to say that I haven't looked back.
I still use a pencil liquid liner for the undereye area because using a liquid there would be some sort of madness but you get my point.
And point is the main point of this entry featuring the K-Palette 24H Micro Real Lasting Liquid Liner (Waterproof).
I doubt I need to go into detail about K-Palette's standing in the liquid liner and brow liner realm since I think they have established quite a name for themselves. If you need some convincing, they were the brand that converted me to liquid pen liners (and I have strayed, oops) and liquid brow liners.
Forgive my cheesiness but I am merely bringing across the point of this liner and this point stands at 0.05mm!
I normally like my writing pens with a finer point, I would always hunt down the 0.38; though when it comes to eyeliners, the fine-ness of it usually isn't a major concern to me.
Afterall, if you follow my LOTDs, I am not one who is particular about a fine stroke of liner along the lashline.
However for those who prefer that barely-there definition most ideal for natural day looks, this liner could be what you are looking for.
Here is a little comparison of how fine this point / line is compared to the other liquid liners in my stash.
Forgive the lack of labeling here but the swatch follows the pen order above.
Granted there are other thin liner competitors out there to compare to, I don't actively seek them out because I am content with the regular ones. So long as you don't give me a permanent marker felt-tip point, I think I can work it!
Though with that said, a fine liner is good to have if you need to fill in minute gaps without accidentally thickening the liner or just want that super au natural look.
Here are some eye shots with this on, compared to my current go-to CLIO Professional Liquid liner.
I drew both of them on like how I normally would, hence the Micro liner could go even thinner if you wanted.
Needless to say, K-Palette's Micro appears thinner and more natural with less effort. For me to achieve that with the CLIO liner, I would probably have to be extra stable and dedicate a little more time in the application process.
I am skipping out the hand-swatch water test because this faired well on the days that I wore it out.
By that I mean rain or shine, I didn't notice this smearing or imprinting on my lids. Though even non-waterproof liquid liners don't give me issues because evading water near my eye area when I have makeup on is somewhat second-nature to me now.
Jokes aside, this wears well and I honestly have no complains with it. I still am more accustomed to a pronounced liner but if you fancy thinner and more natural-looking strokes without going for brown then you can look into this blue tubed gem!
This is available at Sasa, selected Watsons, BHG and beautycarousel.com for S$19.90!
Thanks for reading!
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