Review: Samoa Catwalk Ink Liner - Nouchaline

Monday, February 23, 2015

Review: Samoa Catwalk Ink Liner


The quest for the perfect liquid liner continues with a review of an old favorite: Samoa Catwalk Ink liner. This was one of the first liquid liners I ever tried out, definitely the first felt tip one at least. It used to be my go-to liner around 2010/2011, when I first decided to try out the winged liner look before giving up and resorting to a life of smokey eyed looks. A while back when I was trying to make a list of affordable beauty products, I remembered how much I loved this eyeliner so I repurchased one and fell back in love. It is definitely one of the best felt tip liquid liners that are available at an affordable price in Lebanon (13,000 LL at most supermarkets).



Type:
Felt tip (like a marker), liquid black eyeliner. Available in a variety of colors: black, blue, brown, green and blue. 

Application:

Smooth and even. Allows for medium to thick liner application, the tip is very fine which is awesome for thin lines, but I've noticed that it dries out quickly so a couple of weeks later it's not the best for thin lines. The pen itself is easy to hold and gives you precise control over how you want your liner to look. 

Staying Power:
WILL.NOT.MOVE. I apply this on at 7:30 am and it stays there until I come home around 8 to 9 pm. At the same time it's easy to remove, here's how I remove it

Finish:
Complete matte finish. 

Rating: 4/5

Have you tried out the Samoa Catwalk Ink Liner?

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4 comments:

  1. No I haven't but I definitely will! It's been a minute since I switched up my beauty routine, love finding new products to try!

    Thank you for visiting my blog sweets, would love to get your thoughts on my latest!

    Xx- Julie

    Haute Khuuture Blog

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  2. Sounds and seems amazing. I'll see if we have samoa products in Greece. I rally want to try this eyeliner. I'm always looking for better ones! :)
    Thank you for commenting on my blog. :)

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  3. The tip is very fine which is awesome for thin lines, but I've noticed that it dries out quickly so a couple of weeks later it's not the best for thin lines. I like this,

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