Instrument of torture or useful lash lining tool?
I tightline my eyes every day, or just about every day. With my blonde lashes, my eyes don’t have enough oomph without eyeliner and mascara. However, I often think that black eyeliner on me is too harsh. On the other hand, tightlining – creating a line between the lashes – and lining the upper waterline are fabulous. They create definition but don’t appear to be too much.
Several months ago, I discovered Too Faced 3 Way, a lash lining tool that’s supposed to make it easier to tightline and apply eyeliner.
The zigzag design of the brush is supposed to make it easier to get between the lashes. It does…somewhat.
You take the tool and dab it in between the lashes. In the process, it can’t possibly fit perfectly so it squishes some of my lashes a little bit, but they spring back. It provides a nice shade of inky black. The line in between my lashes and along my waterline drawn with the 3 Way seems to last a little longer than my Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Pencils.
As an eyeliner, I am not at all fond of this tool. I find it more difficult, rather than easier, to draw an even line with the 3-pronged tip, but then, I’m not an expert at liquid eyeliner.
So, what did I think? It was a fun tool to try out, but when I’m finished with it, I don’t think I’ll repurchase. Even though the line is a little longer lasting and better defined, I find it just as easy or easier and certainly faster to use a pencil.
Have you tried Too Faced 3 Way? What do you think about it?
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