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Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner

Revolution didn’t launch one new eyeliner this week. They launched three, including the Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner. They launched the Intense Brown Renaissance Flick Eyeliner and also a blue version too, as well as these very unique looking eyeliner pen.

Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner

Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner

Looking for an eyeliner which is super easy to apply? Revolution Flick and Go features a unique felt tip top which allows application in just one sweep.

Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner

Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner

The Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner is £5, and contains 1.2ml of product which is generous for a liquid eyeliner pen. Right now there is only one shade available for the eyeliner pen, and that’s black.

It could be like the Renaissance Flick Eyeliner, where they initially launched a plain black shade to test the market, and it was such a success that they introduced two brand new shades.

Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner

Looking at the stock images on the Revolution website, I had no idea what this liner was. In the stock images it looks like one of those really weird liners that were popular four years ago where the ‘nib’ was a flexible piece of plastic, and you’d have to turn the eyeliner pen for cream liner to dispense through the plastic tube.

The Benefit They’re Real Push Up Liner is exactly the format I thought the Revolution Flick and Go Eyeliner would be similar to. However, Revolution posted an Instagram Story showing the liner doing some swatches and I now don’t think it’s one of those liners.

It looks like a thick felt tip nib in a teardrop shape, so you can sort of stamp and line in one swipe. It’s definitely flexible from the video they’ve shown, and it looks so unique to any other drugstore eyeliner. I’m so intrigued about this liner format, and the ‘ink’ looked very intense too, so I think I’m going to order it and see how it compares to their other eyeliners.

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