Claims : We have a Mr. Write (Now) for every day of the week… and then some! Meet this new collection of attractive eyeliners that are truly easy on the eyes. These pencils deliver the long-lasting color you’ve been looking for, and have built-in sharpeners so they are always ready when you are. With high payoff, eight wearable shades, and a satin smooth texture, we understand why your eyes wander- but rest assured, your eyeliner won’t!
Price : USD 17 / Rs 1,000 approx
My Experience with The Balm Mr Write (Now) Eyeliners.
These eyeliners are available in 8 colors.
- Bill : Chocolate Brown
- Vince : Ashy Grey
- Raj : Midnight blue
- Wayne : Forest Green
- Jac : Metallic henna green
- Brian : Creamy n*de
- Scott : Dark plummy purple
- Dean : Black
Pros and Cons :
I was rather excited to use these pencils. The outer packaging with all the fun cartoon print is to die for. The actual pencils, though practical, are a bit boring to be honest. Both the ends of the pencils are of the same color as the actual pencils. These are twist up eyeliner pencils. The end of the the pencils include a little sharpener. That’s always a good idea.
These pencils are creamy but not super creamy. They don’t tug or pull and glide on easily. On upper eyelids they stay on super long. I mean I have worn them for crazy 9-10 hours and these didn’t budge. But on waterline, the eyeliner pretty much disappeared within 2 hours or so.
The pencils have never stung my eyes or caused any sensitivity. These are very pigmented pencils but the kind of intensity you get on upper lash line is not the same as when you wear these on waterline.
These pencils almost feel weightless when you hold them. That gives a better control for the application.
Now the drawbacks :
These pencils break so much. I was using the black pencil on waterline and a little piece of the pencil broke on my waterline itself. I got saved from an accident to be honest.A little extra pressure and these pencils break. I have these pencils for a while now. I notice that some of them have have come off the end completely. Every time I open a pencil, the whole pencil stick kind of falls out. It’s quite unacceptable.
Overall, I would only give a 3/5 to these pencils. I feel there is a room for improvement for these. These are good pigmentation wise and include some of the really pretty colors but I am not too happy with these ones.
Swatches : l-r Dean, Scott, Vince, Bill, Wayne, Raj, Jac, Brian
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6 thoughts on “The Balm Mr Write (Now) Eyeliner Pencil Review, Swatch”
Such pretty colours! Omg! :O
The gold one, i have my heart on it!
wohooo so cool, love the Raj and JAc ones 😛
I just love brian and raj….Droooollllll!!!!!!!!
I want alll the colourssss
Pretty shades but I would not buy them. We have good ones at much lesser price 🙂
Raj…naam to suna hai… 😛
I really like some of the shades here, but that they break so easily. I am sure better quality eyeliners are available in the market.