When Are Too Faced's Sketch Marker Liquid Eyeliners Coming Out? They Will Be Worth The Wait
Too Faced doesn't waste time. The brand is constantly introducing "must own" and innovative products to makeup lovers. Brand guru Jerrod Blandino just teased Too Faced Sketch Marker liquid liners and judging from one Instagram image, they look like total eyeliner perfection. This news follows last weeks reveal that the Melted Matte lipsticks are landing in April. It also comes hot on the heels of the sold-out Too Faced Sweet Peach palette, which nearly broke the Internet. Then there is the Too Faced x Kat Von D Beauty collabo, which both brands are teasing yet keeping close to the vest, making their individual and shared fanbases squirm with excitement.
Oh, and did I mention the launch of the waterproof edition of the Better Than Sex Mascara and the restocks and sell outs of the PB&J palette? Innovation, thy name is Too Faced. So when can you nab the Too Faced Sketch Marker liners?
Well, you will have to wait a bit longer, as Blandino hashtagged "fall" in the caption for his post.
The liners, which are fueled by Japanese art pen ink, appear to be so worth the wait. It even says "Liquid Art Eyeliner" on the pen itself.
Let's say "hello" to what is sure to be my new eyeliner lover.
Seriously, these babies look like something you'd nab from an art supply store. The colors are impressive, ranging from electric blue to jade green to sunny yellow to basic black. My mantra lately is that makeup is artistry and these Sketch Markers are bound tools of the trade.
I can only imagine that the pen packaging will allow for maj control when applying. Achieving a flawless cat-eye flick is a tricky endeavor made easier with liner pens.
I am not exactly sure what "fueled by Japanese art pen ink" means and I can't help but gleefully wonder about the tip and how it will dispense product. Despite my curiosities, which are sure to be answered by a superior product once I get my hands on it, I love liquid liner and I love Too Faced's execution when it comes to trying new things. There is no way this one won't be aces.
Besides, remember that fall is only six months away!
Image: Jerrod Blandino/Instagram (1)