It probably cost me about $13 or so, and it came in a tacky cardboard packaging. Otherwise, the eyeliner itself is pretty nondescript.
The eyeliner twists up, which I guess is good for those who think there's wastage in sharpening an eye pencil. However, there are other cons related to the twist mechanism, which I'll explain later.
There isn't a sharpener tool attached to the back of it - I guess you aren't supposed to sharpen it, ever? Or you're supposed to get down and dirty with a cutting knife and start sharpening it like a caveman does with his spear.
The colour itself is a a pretty dark black. It didn't tug at my eyelids much since application was so smooth and creamy but it went blunt pretty quickly.
Letting it set for a while, I rubbed at it and the words faded but didn't seem to smudge.
After vigorous rubbing and basically, tearing at my skin, the above is the final result. It looked like it was going to have decent staying power.
However, it just wasn't meant to be.
After wearing it for about 11 hours in an air-conditioned environment...