The Super Liner Flash Cat Eye by L’Oréal Paris comes in the shape and size of a pen. It is black and has gold writings on it. Attached to the secure cap is a retractable stencil that should be filled to get a wing shape. Read More
The Super Liner Flash Cat Eye by L’Oréal Paris comes in the shape and size of a pen. It is black and has gold writings on it. Attached to the secure cap is a retractable stencil that should be filled to get a wing shape. The tip of the eyeliner brush is thin and flexible. Be careful as sometimes the product tends to leak a bit and you might end up with eyeliner all over your hands which can be hard to clean as this product is waterproof. Moreover, the stencil does not securely clip to the cap so you risk losing it.
This product is only available in black.
This is a liquid eyeliner.
This eyeliner is extremely easy to use on its own thanks to its flexible thin brush with which you can go crazy, ranging from a light day look to a bold edgy night look. As for beginners, the stencil that comes with it is a great guide.
You simply remove it from the cap and place it against the outer corner of your eye at a 90 degree angle. Make sure to hold the stencil firmly as you fill it with the thin tip of the highlighter. We must emphasize on pressing the stencil firmly as if this is not done, the liquid eyeliner might leak underneath it leaving a smudgy look and this would be tricky to correct as the product is waterproof which is both a blessing and a curse.
To avoid this, we also recommend that you remove the excess product from the tip of the brush by wiping it. The product truly is smudge proof and waterproof and lasts all day just as the brand claims.
The Super Liner Flash Cat Eye officially sells at 17.5 USD for a 1mL capacity which is more pricey that eyeliners such as the “Eyestudio Hyper Precise Liquid Liner” from Maybelline which sells for 12.3 USD for the same capacity. On the other hand, it is comparable to the “Skinny Liner” by Pupa Milano priced at 17 USD for the same capacity as well. But this product remains less expensive than the Bourjois “Liner Feutre” selling at 20 USD for a capacity of 0.8ml.