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So today we're gonna be trying what I kind of consider like a little gimmicky product sort of you trying to lure yellow flash cat eye and the reason I really wanted to try.

This is because it has this little like eyeliner, a winged liner stencil to the pencil, and that just really entices me entices, is that the word intrigues interests for me, I, feel like using a stencil would almost be harder than just using your natural ability to create a wing.

But that's just me so we're gonna try it out and see if it actually works or not, because this is so interesting and I mean like.

If this does work, then hallelujah.

So this pencil, it says it's quick and easy.

It's waterproof and it's all day aware- and you can point five five milliliters in the liquid liner, which is kind of pretty much standard.

I, am using it in the shade 220 black.

Anything else I can tell you about this.

No, let's get this on our eyes.

I did a look today with an eyeliner or lashes on so I could try this out for you and the instructions seem pretty simple.

It's pretty straightforward! Let's open this up here! Cuz I am so curious about this remind my nails.

My nails are literally disgusting.

This is removable as well, so you don't always have to have it in there and plus, like you, need to remove it to use it I.


Oh my gosh, this is so funny to me.

Oh my gosh, so you're supposed to hold it up like this use it.

Oh my gosh.

This is so funny to me.

So the instructions are pretty straightforward.

It says to open up part of stencil on the outer edge of your eye, you're supposed to fill up a stencil and draw the wing and you're supposed to remove the sense of a motor, enter your eye and then continue through to line throughout your eyelid.

Okay, I'm, assuming you have nice and close and I'm kind of confused.

Does this go like this like? That? Just seems like a little bit of an extreme line: does it not I, guess not? Okay, so what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna line up the bottom of the hollow sense to the bottom of my lash line, because that's what I typically do is line it up like that, so that's a continuation of the eye did that look good.

This is making me nervous, I feel like I'm slipping.

This is very straightforward.

I, don't know why I'm freaking out about this okay cuz.

If it doesn't work if I, do it wrong? Oh well! Okay! So let's fill this in okay.

Clearly, I didn't get the angle right about it.

I don't know about this.

Like I, don't know about this.

First of all, this liner I mean it's like dried up.

So that's what sharpen it should be, but I also feel like maybe I just did the angle of it.

This lighter okay, there's my I done I feel like I did most the work on this, though so I feel like this.

Like little stencil thing like I, don't know, let's try it on the other eye.

I just feel like I could have just done a better job without it.

Now this is what I feel like it's a tricky part, because I'm right-handed, so I need to be able to draw with my right hand, even over here.

I go in with my right hand, so I have to hold this now.

With my left hand, that's numb still and like how are you supposed to get these points correct? What does that look? The same? Yeah, okay, it looks the same ish.

It all feel the same.

I would tell you that all right, like I, just feel like that's, not helping anyone to be completely honest, like what's the difference between doing that, and just like swiping your brush over like that this.

This is so stupid.

I hate this.

This is so stupid.

Oh my god.

What have I done all right? Here's the tea, because I did this angle differently than this one.

My eyeliner is clearly uneven.

I feel like my first attempt, was obviously better because I had nothing to match it up with, and that's why this one is so funky because, like I, can't I need it to be at a different angle like this one is lifted up more than this, and it's just like I've never done my eyeliner this bad before this is like a monstrosity to me.

I, don't like this product, I think that it's silly, the eyeliner is okay, it's nice and matte in black.

It doesn't lead up into my eyes, so I do like the eyeliner, but like this stencil I, don't know like how are you was supposed to get? The angle is correct, like I have no idea, I think this is just a little gimmicky product and I think that's stupid and I.

Think that, like you, don't need this to do away like it's so much easier just to like flick out and then bring back in.

What's up a latch onto this because I, just like can't I can't keep looking at this.

This is like so dumb to me.

Oh my god.

This is just a prime example of how lashes make everything look a lot better and now, because my lashes still fluffy, you can't even tell that my eyeliner is uneven.

So maybe that's the trick.

You just have to put on a huge fluffy lash.

In order for this to know, you know what, because I did so much of the work.

I, don't know guys.

I did this isn't L'oreal and love you, but I.

Just think that this is silly I, don't know other, like my only solution to this would I would need two of them and I would need to like tape them to my face in order to make sure that they're, even but maybe I just need things to be like asymmetric, no asymmetrical, maybe I just need things to be symmetrical like just maybe I'm, just too anal and I have a OCD about it, but like I need my wings to be even and if they're not that's problem anyway.

I hope you guys enjoyed this video I.

Wouldn't particularly, you reckon I like the eyeliner I'll use the liner, but like this little thing, I, don't know I, don't know about this.

You guys I, don't know anyway, see you guys in the next one.



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