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BUDGET WEDNESDAYS: Review of Tips & Toes D-Fine Water Resistant Eye Liner

Tips&Toes D-Fine Liquid Eyeliner - Review & Swatches


Drugstore Review: Tips & Toes Water Resistant Liquid Eye Liner - Black

Welcome to the first edition of Budget Wednesdays, where every Wednesday we feature some fabulous and some not so fabulous budget drugstore products... And today ladies and gentlemen we shall be reviewing Tips & Toes D-Fine Water Resistant Liquid Eye Liner in Black. Yes Tips & Toes still exists and apparently they are gradually upping their game as well.

Tips & Toes D-Fine Water Resistant Liquid Eye Liner comes in an old fashioned sort of glass bottle and a has a thin brush for application. It kind of reminded me of the Elle 18 Liquid liners that I first started out with in my Std XII... It s a no-nonsense packaging and because of the glass bottle may not be very travel friendly...

Price of Tips & Toes D-Fine Water Resistant Liquid Liner

It costs INR 75/- for a whole lot of product!

The texture of the product is a little too runny and one needs to be careful and have a steady hand while applying it. It may be a little too difficult for beginners to start using this particular liquid liner but remember if you can master this little gem then you can apply any liner in the whole wide world :)

Pigmentation wise this Tips & Toes liner is second to none. It is the jettest black liquid liner I have ever seen and I am honestly floored by how beautifully opaque it gets in a single stroke. It does not flake, does not smudge and is beautifully waterproof. Its perfect for long days out in the sun, in the rain, any season for that matter. Its just amazing.

Tips&Toes D-Fine Liquid Eyeliner - Review & Swatches

The thin brush that it comes with may not be one of the sophisticated that you've seen, but it sure delivers precision like nobody's business. Its flexible enough to let you use it the way you want but its stiff just enough so that you don't end up messing up :) Its amazing for creating that glamorously dramatic winged liner.

Tips&Toes D-Fine Liquid Eyeliner - Review & Swatches

Ooooohhhsss and Aaahhhssss!!!
1. Waterproof
2. Does not smudge or flake
3. Does not burn the eyes
4. Odorless
5. Jet Black and very pigmented
6. Stays on for very long even on oily lids
7. Can be easily removed with a makeup remover. No tugging required.
8. Extremely easy on the pockets
9. Easily available at most of the chemist shops

1. The glass bottle may not be very friendly
2. It takes a very log to dry up on the lids.

I genuinely loved the product and for the price that it comes for its really a precious gem especially since it stays on forever even on oily lids. If you can, you must give this product a shot :)


  1. I could put up with the runny texture if it's long lasting and jet black. I hope I can find this online.

    1. My thoughts exactly! It being long lasting takes priority over the runny texture :)


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