Too Faced Teases Sketch Marker Liquid Liners That Are Bound To Be A Game-Changer — PHOTOS

Too Faced doesn't disappoint when it comes to launching game-changing products. I have barely recovered from the announcement of the Melted Matte lipsticks. I am still reeling from the Internet-breaking launch of the sold-out Too Faced Sweet Peach palette, the launch of the waterproof edition of the Better Than Sex Mascara, and the restocks and sell outs of the PB&J palette. And now brand founder Jerrod Blandino is already teasing a new Too Faced eyeliner innovation. He shared a picture of the upcoming Sketch Marker liquid liners, which are fueled by Japanese art pen ink. He shared the snap on his personal Instagram, which means the reveal has flown a bit under the radar, so boy, am I glad that I stalk his feed. That's because you unearth little nuggets of awesome like this!

Seriously, these babies look like something you'd nab in an art supply store. The color range is impressive, ranging from bright blue and yellow to basic black.

While I am not exactly sure what "fueled by Japanese art pen ink" means and while I can't help but gleefully wonder what the tip will look and feel like, and am curious about how it will dispense product, I am super stoked. I love liquid liner and I love Too Faced's penchant for trying new things.

Let's observe the liners.

Wow, right? My mantra lately has been that makeup is artistry and these Sketch Markers are tools of the trade. I can only imagine that the pen packaging will allow for maj control when applying. Did you notice it even says "Liquid Art Eyeliner" on the pen itself?

Blandino noted that the product is coming this fall. Wah wah wah! Call the wah-mbulance, because I don't want to wait that long. I want to play with these and the black liner is calling my name. But then again, the electric blue one would look great enhancing the lower lashline. Ack! Bring it, Blandino!

Now if only he would give us more deets on the upcoming Too Faced x Kat Von D Beauty collabo which has makeupistas clamoring for even the smallest crumb of information.

Image: Jerrod Blandino/Instagram (1)