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Soap & Glory SuperCat Eyeliner || Review

Hey guys,

I hope you’re doing well? I’ve had a pretty rough start to the week! I had the worst 48 hour bug on Monday and Tuesday which basically made me into a couch potato. Luckily, I’ve found some time to sit down and review the Supercat eyeliner pen from Soap & Glory. This isn’t a new product, but I’ve heard good things about it from two of my favourite Youtubers (Soph-Does-Nails and Sophie Louise) so I decided it was my turn to try it out. Now is probably a good time to add that I never really use eyeliner and this is the first time I have attempted a winged looked so don’t judge my skills on this one…

Supercat Eyeliner

First Impressions:

The packaging is too my liking as I think it’s quite pretty. I love the way Soap & Glory products always have the same styled look and feel to them. Despite the range of fonts and colours it all works well together, I don’t think the product comes across tacky or cheap even though it was just £6. The actual pen itself is very basic but simplistic and classy in it’s own right. The body of the product is black with pink font, the font however has been outlined with the reflective gold. I love the way the design of the product has perfectly matched the style of the box.

Supercat Eyeliner

There was no tester available when I brought this product so I had no idea how the nib would look. Seeing as I don’t do a lot of eyeliner I figured being able to see it wouldn’t have helped me out anyway. Once I was at home I realised the nip of the pen was a great shape. I knew this was something I would (most likely) be able to work with even with no skills in this area.

Using the product:

If I haven’t already stated enough I don’t use eyeliner and have never before tried a winged liner look, with this is was easy! The product goes on smoothly and as I expected is very easy to work with. It dried down quickly too so I wasn’t left with any smudging above my crease. I have a hooded eyelid so this happens even with eyeshadow if I’m not careful! The product is sold as carbon black but its not quite as opaque as I’d imagined from this description. The slight colour variance isn’t something I’m upset about honestly as it does still look black but just something I thought I would share with you.

I drew out my first ever winged eyeliner in one attempt and then went for a 3 hour shift at work. Granted this isn’t a particularly long period of time however the liner didn’t shift at all and there has been no transfer above my eye either. Pretty good result am I right? I’ve added in a picture of my look below, I didn’t wear much makeup today as I’m trying to sort out the trauma that is my acne breakout but I’m sure this still gives you an idea on the look I created.

Winged Eyeliner

Overall opinion:

It was so much fun to try out a new style of makeup product and I’m sorta loving the winged looked. I will be using this again as it’s done an amazing job especially in the hands of a beginner like me. The packaging is cute and the formula is good too. There is nothing to fault with this product honestly! Even down to the price (£6) I think this is a product that is deserving of hype and money, a worthwhile spend.

In case you were wondering (you most likely weren’t) I have the Revolution lip kit in Echelon on my lips. I even went as far as adding some highlight in the middle of my lips to jazz it up a bit. The highlight I used was from the Lottie London Shimmer Squad in the shade ‘The Queen Bee’. 

What eyeliners do you recommend? Have you got any tips for getting that perfect wing? Let me know in the comments!

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12 thoughts on “Soap & Glory SuperCat Eyeliner || Review

  1. I’ve also heard Sophdoesnails rave about this, I think she uses the skinny one though! Looks great! I like to use Collection fast stroke liner, it isn’t a felt tip one though but I’ve been using it since I was about 13 ish so I’ve gotten pretty used to it (I’m 24 now haha)! 🙂

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