Covergirl Intensify Me! by Lashblast Liquid Liner - Photos and Review

May 13, 2015

 Covergirl has a new liquid liner called Intensify Me! that has a paddle felt tip that helps to makes lines from thick to thin. I ran out of my beloved HG liner so this was great timing that I could try it out. I’m always looking for a good, pigmented, very black liquid liner that doesn’t transfer or fade throughout the day. Find out how I liked this liner below!

 More information about the Covergirl Intensify Me! Liquid Liner:
Paddle-shaped tip gives you two looks in one, thick and dramatic or thin and elegant. Intense black formula glides on and dries quickly for instant drama. Use the flat side of the tip to create thick lines or the narrow side for thin lines. Removes easily with soap and water.
This liner did take a little bit of practice because of the paddle tip, but once I got used to it, I ended up with good results. It was very pigmented and the formula reminded me of the Milani Eye Tech Extreme Liquid Eyeliner which is one of my favorite liners. I was kind of hoping I would be able to make a super thin line for the inner part of my eye, but even so I was able go from a thin line to a thicker line with the flat side at the end. The formula glides on smoothly and dries quickly so it doesn’t smudge. After wearing it throughout the day, I didn’t have any of the liner transfer which was great.

So the only downside is that I wish the paddle would of been a little bit more thinner on the sides to make a more thinner line, but I can get past that since the formula and quality is one of the best coming from a drugstore liquid liner.

Covergirl Intensify Me! by Lashblast Liquid Liner retails for $7.99 and can be found at various drugstores.

♥ Stephanie

Product was sent for review consideration. All opinions are honest and my own.

1 comment

  1. This has got to be easier than liquid liner. It looks like it would be perfect for doing a cat eye look. The wide side will fill it in nicely with fewer strokes leaving less room for that errant stroke.