I received Annabelle EyeInk 2 Mistake Proof with some other Annabelle products and without looking closely, assumed the white end was a white eyeliner (and good white ones are hard to find). On closer inspection, it was a black precise ended EyeInk 2 eyeliner and a corrector pen!
This had me giddy because I am not the best of friends with my eyeliner. I have oily eyelids but a small dry patch on one that nothing likes to stick to, so almost without fail, eyeliners bump up in that dry area and are really obvious. Not to mention, I can get a perfect line on one, but my other eye never matches. My eyeliner is slightly thinner and always a little higher on my right eye so I need to go back over and fill in the gap near my lashes. A recipe for disaster!
Any excuse to write on myself, and I really wanted a cup of tea! In all honesty, I was having a good eyeliner day and was not putting any kind of remover near that almost perfect wing! So I wrote tea on my arm so you can see up close how the Annabelle EyeInk 2 Mistake Proof corrector works. This is black eyeliner, but sunrise so everything looks pretty but red tones.
As you can see there is a little colour left behind, so it may be noticeable over a very pale coloured eyeshadow, but for general use, it is amazing! I was wearing grey eyeshadow when I tried this, and while I did need to touch up the eyeshadow with a small brush, it certainly beats having to remove the makeup on the whole eye and redo it. I tried it over other eyeliners too, and it worked well on most liquid liners, so worth having even if you do not use Annabelle EyeInk liners.
I did not wipe it between corrections, and you can see a bit more smudging as the colour was collected on the pen tip of the corrector end. On the eye where you did not write tea in big letters on your arm, it is less noticeable.