Boots 17 Soft Liner Pen Reviews
Product Type: Boots 17 makeup
Newest Review: ... from the Boots-own 17 brand. It costs £3.99 but Boots cosmetics always seem t be on offer so you may well find you don't need ... more
Customer Boots 17 Soft Liner Pen Reviews (5)
by - written on 22/11/12 (Very useful, 19 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~ Dramatic black ~~~~~~~~~~ I love wearing eyeliner and I always use eyeliner pencils. I mix and match between different colours - opting for browns for a more subtle look, green or blue for a change and black for some real drama! I have tried liquid based liners in the past but I never seem to get on with them and always go back to my trusty pencils. But every now and then I give them another go, and my most recent foray into the world of liquid-format lines was this one from the Boots-own 17 brand. It costs £3.99 but Boots cosmetics always seem t be on offer so you may well find you don't need to pay full ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
If I had to choose only one makeup product to take on a desert island with me - or only one makeup product to use for the rest of my life - it'd be eyeliner. There's something about eyeliner that just makes eyes really pop, and exaggerates their beauty. Eyeliner to me is what butter is to bread - a necessary addition. There is a rarely a day that I will go without a full face of makeup, but on those odd occasions that I do, I ALWAYS still wear eyeliner. It can't cover my spots or blemishes, but it can draw attention away from them and into my "smouldering" eyes ;) So of course, since eyeliner as a concept is so important to me, it is vital ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I've got quite thin eyelashes and I don't really like the bare look so to fill in the space between my eyelashes I use a Boots 17 kohl pencil. This is the only thing I use a kohl pencil for, not as an eyeliner although I know that is the normal use for it and what most people use it for. The Boots 17 eye liner looks just like a pencil and writes more like a crayon as it is a soft pencil to enable you to use it on your eyes. On the pencil the words eye liner are written in nice silver cursive writing as well as the number 17 telling you it is one of their products. It is described as a soft, lasting pencil to define and enhance eyes. I do like how soft this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I like this eye liner, as it isn't prone to smudging after prolonged use, and the lines your draw the define your eyes remain looking sharp (as long as you don't cry or rub your eyes). The tip of this pen is fine, allowing you to easily create a subtle look with your eyeliner, yet easily build up the line for a more shocking look. It also allows you to apply eyeliner to your top lids with precision with minimal effort, something which I have struggled with when using liquid liners. It is also soft, allowing you to apply without applying much pressure, unlike eye pencils. I like how defined the lines that are drawn with this pen, whether using the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 154 readings)
As my first foray into eye liner pens I chose the black shade of this Boots 17 soft liner pen, having always been a little nervous of the pen-style liner this seemed like a good low cost way to see if they could be good. As with all the 17 range this came in a sleek looking packaging that isn't over the top, the understated simplicity of the packaging makes their products look more expensive that they actually are. On opening the lid you are presented with a felt tip. Yes, like a colouring pen, this comes with a felt tip style pen nib. This seemed insane, completely insane - every pen liner I had seen before had one of those tiny little brushes on ... Read the complete review
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