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IN2IT Waterproof Gel Liner

March 8th, 2010 · 6 Surrendered

I’ve been trying to look for pencil liner so that I can line my lower lids. I cannot line my lower lids with SILKYGIRL Precision Liquid Eyeliner. I had one pencil liner from a very reputable brand, it’s not cheap but it failed big time, smudged like crazy even though it stated that it’s smudge-proof! I will blog about it next time.


Then I found IN2IT Waterproof Gel Liner somewhere last year. I drew it on my hand and it didn’t smudge or budge at all! No matter how I rubbed or applied water to it. I decided to get it in January after long procrastination. It cost me RM29+ (if I’m not mistaken), it’s below RM30.


It came with its on sharpener. Basically the package consisted of one gel liner and a hardened steel sharpener.

Usually gel liner comes in a small jar but this is pencil type.


Waterproof, long wearing, smooth, dries in 60 seconds, easy to apply, no smudging, no bleeding, no running are very important for me because I always suffered from eyeliner smudge.

The funny thing was that, I tried to draw it on my hand again after I bought it, it didn’t give me the effect that I experienced the first time I came across it. It smudged after I rub it with or without water -.-” At least it’s not as bad as the other eyeliner of mine.


Anyway, I took the risk and applied it for the first time. It didn’t smudge at all! It lasted the whole day even with very hot and humid weather. I was impressed! These photos were taken after 5 hours of applying it. No editing done to the photos.

However, lately, most of the time it smudged on me, I have no idea why. Why?

Since this is happening, good thing I have black eyeshadow, so I layer my eye shadow on it and it didn’t smudge after that. Then again… This didn’t work 2 weeks ago -.-” ARG!

At least it didn’t smudge immediately, only after 3 hours or so of having it on. Hmmm… Why? Why? Why?

Do I recommend this? Well… If you don’t have oily lids, then just go for it. If you have oily lids, you still can go for it but it doesn’t work all the time.

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6 surrendered so far ↓

  • 1 Irenelim // Mar 9, 2010 at 1:07 am

    Pretty eyes… :)

  • 2 sweet surrender // Mar 9, 2010 at 10:51 am

    Thanks ;)

  • 3 Gette // Mar 10, 2010 at 7:51 pm

    We have the same problem with oily lids here. I think I have 5 or 6 types of eyeliner and they all smudge or transfer no matter what-proof they claim to be!

  • 4 sweet surrender // Mar 10, 2010 at 10:24 pm

    Gette, hahaha… So far the best is Silkygirl, really no smudge at all but too bad can’t line the lower lash line with it.

  • 5 Rachel Anne Palma // Jun 6, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    Hey there. Can I use your photos of the product here? I’ll credit to your blog. :) Thanks.. ♥♥

  • 6 sweet surrender // Jun 6, 2010 at 11:48 pm

    Rachel Anne Palma, sure but don’t link directly from here, copy it down and upload to your own blog.

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