What Does It Claim To Do?
MUA claim "by using the angles of the nib, this fantastic eye pen creates 3 different looks whatever the occasion"
Available in a range of colours, I went down the safe route and plumped for black.
By playing with the thickness of the pen, you can either go for a slick defined line, go all out and coat the lid, or go smudgy and smoky.
All for £1.50.
What Does It Actually Do?
It works to a point, the angled nib give you different effects and if soft, pliable eye products float your boat, you can't go wrong for £1.50. It lands far more over on the smudgy side once applied however to claim that you can get perfect definition.
Before I begin, I just want to slap a massive £1.50 disclaimer on this, I mean £1.50! You can't ask the earth for less than a couple of quid and you get a decent product if you're willing to work with this.
It's a creamy, waxy product that will delight some and horrify others. It's not going to last forever without some serious priming and sealing and the pigmentation just isn't that rich.
Considering it's a nifty little paint stick not unlike a far more expensive MAC version, it's worth a chance. It's a one way ticket to grunge heaven.
Where Can I Find It?
HERE or at Superdrug stores nationwide.