Review: Maybelline Master Precise Liquid Eyeliner

Hello lovelies!

I've had a quiet few days blog wise as I'm still a little sad I've had to pause my Couch to 5k challenge due to injury. However, I'm resting as much as I can so hopefully I'll be able to get back into the swing of things asap. 

Today I'd thought I'd share with you my favourite eyeliner of the moment. It's replaced my sacred 17 liner, which I really didn't expect, but this really is a eyeliner wonder, plus it's affordable! (£5.99)


Okay, so fun fact for you, the first kind of eyeliner I ever used properly were felt liners just like this one. I switched between Soap & Glory and No7. Both were pretty good for a beginner, especially for learning how to actually line your eyes, however neither were as precise as this, and I found them to dry out pretty quickly. This however is another story. 

For the last year I have been using Boot's Seventeen High Drama Liquid Eyeliner, and thought I had found the one and only. I love it, seriously love it. It was easy to apply, stays on for an eternity, and quite precise too, however it wasn't 0.4mm precise like the beauty above. 

I bought this on a whim I must admit, I was in Superdrug with my bestie, saw it, saw how fine the tip was, and thought, why the hell not, let's try it. I hadn't seen any reviews for it, or even heard of it (that's either a sign of it being the underdog, or a sign that I live under a rock). At first, I continued to use my sacred Seventeen liner for the majority of my liner, and used this just for the flicks. Or wings. Whatever floats your boat my friend. However, things took a turn when I just found that this little beauty did the whole damn job. Perfectly. 

Not only is it, master precise, yes, they did name it appropriately, but it is perfect for giving me a symmetrical angle each time. I use the length of the nib, pointed from my nose to my outer eye (think about when you use a brush to see where your brows should end). I also found it stays on pretty well too! I have quite oily lids, so I do get a bit of transfer sometimes, but on the whole it's pretty damn good. 

I've been using this since mid-november, and the nib is still nice and pointy, plus it hasn't dried out yet. Fabulous. This liner now comes everywhere with me, and I shall definitely be repurchasing, I thought all felt type liners were a little bit poop until I tried this. 

By the way, I haven't banished my sacred Seventeen liner to the naughty step, I still have a great love for it, one can never let go of a first love ;)

What's your favourite liner?

I haven't been sponsored for this post.

Toodles
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4 comments :

  1. This looks like an awesome liner! I've been using the Maybelline Master Graphic recently and really like it, but I might give this one a whirl too to see how I find it! Thanks for sharing! :)


    Sarah / Sarah Smiles

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  2. This looks great. I love felt tip liners, they're just so easy to use but the ones I have at the moment don't really last very long and are quite heavy on days where I'm in a hurry or a bit sleepy still haha. Will definitely look out for this one :) x

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  3. That's okay! I might try using the Graphic one too if it's good, branching out in eyeliner land :D x

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  4. Yeah I totally agree, they make it so apply! I've found this actually stays on pretty much all day!

    And thank you so much! Yeah I'm a bit down about it but I would rather wait and rest than make it worse before it gets better. I guess what I can take from it is than I'm really eager to start again, so motivation shouldn't be a problem! x

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