It is not thick at all. It allows you to draw a very thin line - very precise.
The tip is fairly fine, so when I want a thin line I just use the tip of the liner and when trying to apply a thicker line I turn it a little more to the side. I am not very experienced with lining just yet but if I can do it then it is possible.
it was a challenge for me to get a thin line. I've had the most success using an eyeliner (flat head) brush and eye shadow with a little bit of water. (Bobbi Brown makes great shadows for this)
The liner can be used to make thin or thick lines. It really depends on you.
This does not perform smoothly on top eyelid. thick and spacey, not a smooth line at all.
answered 8 months ago
It IS thick. You won't like this.
It is thick, there's no doubt about it. If your up to experiment with a new eye liner, I would say go for it, and you might even like experimenting with a fatter line, or a cat eye. I used to avoid doing cat eye because it can be tedious, but its fool proof and fast with this liner. More directly answering your question, you can find something that is better at delivering a thinner line. I think Stila makes a thinner marker.
I'd say it leans more thicker, but you can use it very precisely (but I mostly use it for thicker lines)
This liner will absolutely work! It is so amazing, you can choose the thickness of the line and it is very precise. You won't be disappointed with this purchase.
I had trouble making it fine. The thickness of the felt tip made it hard for even a liquid expert like me to put it on right...