Eyestudio Master Duo Eyeliner by Maybelline

IMG_2117I have a rather large addiction to purple eyeliners and am constantly looking for great purple color and applicator. I love Maybelline Eyestudio Master Precise eyeliner and wish it came in purple. Anyway, since I love that eyeliner I decided to try this.

My expectations were rather high but when I opened this it was one giant mess. I did shake the product, I thought I shook it enough but maybe you need a paint shaker to get it all mixed? Looking pass the mess when I did a test I was really disappointed with the color and formula. I found the color wasn’t overly pigmented and when I played with it on my eye I found the color was spotted, something you never want when using eyeliner. It also took forever to dry. I don’t want to have to worry about smudges after I apply liner and with this guy I found it took eons to dry.

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The color as you can see is quite bright, which for those that love BRIGHT purples you’d probably really gravitate towards this color.

The applicator isn’t really a two-fer in how I thought it would be. You just turn the applicator. As the picture shows that’s the ‘large’ angle. I find it sorta gimicky and despite that hunch I still purchased. It gets too cumbersome to use and with the inconsistent pigmentation and drying time this isn’t something I would recommend or repurchase.

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2 thoughts on “Eyestudio Master Duo Eyeliner by Maybelline

  1. I was going to message you. I need liquid eye liner help. I feel incompetent with doing thin eyeliner because I’ve only ever done thick for dance. I want to have it go thin from the inside to thicker on the outside. Recommend a product/teach me how?
    LOL.

    • I personally really like the Maybelline Eyestudio Master Precise liner. I like a felt tip, I find I have more control with the line and where the product goes. I generally start in the middle of my eye and go out, staying right up against the lash line. Then I go back and ‘thicken’ up the ends to get a winged look. Then go to the middle (where I started) and slowly and thinly bring the line to the inner corner. Somewhat help?

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