Erase that liner! Simple Kind To Eyes Make Up Corrector Pen Review

Simple Kind To Eyes Make Up Corrector Pen is one of those products that we dream of; a make up remover that can be used to take away mistakes of the make up kind in an instant!

They say:

Its ingenious pen-like design with precision tip dispenses the award-winning Simple Kind To Eyes Eye Make-Up Remover, so you can swiftly and easily wipe away those day-to-day make-up mistakes like smudges, flaking, streaks, and even waterproof mascara, whilst leaving the rest of your make-up untouched.


Plus being Simple, there’s added benefits like no perfume, no colour, no alcohol, good for sensitive skin etc.

But does it really work?Removing make up, yes it does do that. I did not remove my super tough waterproof Koji liner but it did manage to clean up the edges, and it’s great with eyeshadow mistakes.

Come to think of it, it’s good if you want to do a really sharp line because you can really clean it up into the shape you want it to be.

True to form I had no irritations using this pen although it does have quite a tip on it, so be careful.


Then comes the annoying bit. Like with the nail polish removing pens, the tip gets DIRTY and not a bit dirty, we’re talking Christina Aguilera DIRRRTTYYYYY.

And that’s uber annoying. Almost as annoying as the word Uber. You can try and clean it every time you use it, but then you’ll end up spending far too much time cleaning the nib and people will accuse you of having obsessive compulsive disorder. If only these things had self cleaning nibs.


But they don’t…so after use 3 it was looking old and worn, so like a footballer getting tired of his wife, I stuck this pen somewhere I wouldn’t have to look at it and said there, there, I’ll still take you out occasionally.

Verdict: Yeah it does work, but mmm…well you could just use a cotton bud dipped in eye make up remover unless you are chronically on the go and er, cry a lot.

You can buy it here for £4.99.

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  1. Jen says

    Reminds me a bit of those ink eraser pens for fountain pens back in high school! 😀

  2. Giselle says

    Hmm, yep I’ve just been using the good ol’ q-tip dipped in eye makeup remover. But I love that there’s something out there for people like me who are terrible at doing a very precise cat eye