Wet N’ Wild Liquid Eyeliners

A few weeks ago I wrote a post (here) about a Wet N’ Wild haul I got from my dear friend and fellow blogger Beauty Vixen. I mentioned that I would take some time to try out the products and spread out my reviews of them. The first one – and the product I am wearing the most – that I am going to talk about is the H2O Proof Felt Tip Liquid Eyeliner and the MegaLiner Liquid Eyeliner.


According to Wet N’ Wild

H2O Proof Liquid Eyeliner

  • This smudgeproof liquid eyeliner won’t budge, even if you try!
  • It’s forever-staying and water-resistant so you’ll never have to worry about how good you look!

MegaLiner Liquid Eyeliner

  • This eyeliner is designed like an inkwell so you can brush on your next work of art
  • Formulated with high-definition pigment and a unique blend of polymers for a rich fluid formula that dries fast and stays put to subtly enhance or dramatically define.
  • An easy-to-control flexible brush delivers a precise application



According to Me

H2O Proof Liquid Eyeliner

I love this liner! When they say it stays put – they really meant it. I get all day wear, even in snow storms (side note WTF? Snow in April???) and sweaty gym work outs. That being said it’s a pain to get off in the evenings because it sticks that good. And you want to make sure you get it placed correctly the first time – so make sure you aren’t trying to do your makeup while in transit! The felt tip is a bit hard, which I don’t personally mind but I have heard some complaints about. Overall I wear this most days because it’s a great liner and it STAYS!

MegaLiner Liquid Eyeliner

This is also a great liner – but doesn’t have the same staying power as the H2O proof. I also wanted the purple to be a bit more vibrant – but it’s still a good shade. The pen tip is very very soft – but still surprisingly accurate.  It does have a paintbrush feel which I don’t think I have experienced with other liquid liners-it a nice feeling and makes it a bit more fun. Although I think the H2O proof is a better liner (for me at least) this one is a close second.

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