Too Faced Sketch Marker Liquid Art Liner ($20) is kicking it old school with an array of vibrantly colored liquid eyeliners that launched with the Too Faced Fall 2016 Collection. The Sketch Marker formula was inspired by Japanese Calligraphy Pens and acts as a drawing ink to create a smooth, vivid line on your lash line with a waterproof formula that wears long and strong.
When I was a child and anyone asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up my immediate answer was, “An artist!” Never mind the fact I can’t draw to save my life. I know my dad mentally cringed anytime I told him I wanted to be an artist. I think he pictured me on the streets trying to pawn off stick figures as modern art. I swear I had that dream until I was at least 14 year old. I was determined I’d be an artist. I blame Crayola. Those damn 64 shade boxes of crayons just made everyone want to be an artist. I remember when I was in, mmmm, the 7th grade or so, one of my friends had a 150 gel pens that her aunt had purchased for her. This was like a dream come true for me. I recall going to her house almost everyday to use those pens. Seriously, as a child were you obsessed with pens, crayons, and stationary as much as I was? I hate to say but to this day I’m still obsessed with stationary. This time of the year is my favorite as when the stores start filling up with back to school goodies I’m so shopping those aisles even though I’m no longer in school nor do I have a child. Which is sad because I have no excuse for piling cute pens, crayons, and markers into my cart.
Someone think up some wild excuse quickly!
Actually, I don’t need an excuse because I have a set of Too Faced Sketch Markers now! Those are totally for adults right?
Check out some of my swatches of these gorgeous eyeliners below!
Seems like everyone is all about creating new eyeliner formulas for Fall! Urban Decay Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner just launched for Fall 2016 as well and I have a funny little feeling Tarte might just introduce a new liner as well soon! But where as Urban Decay went with shiny, metallic shades with their new formulas, Too Faced went all cream with theirs. No shimmer, no glitter, just smooth, creamy, vivid color. They also happen to be shaped like something you’d buy at an Asian drugstore or stationary store with a cute little heart top and a clip that makes them resembled a colored pen.
I’ll have a review shortly of these.