When I first saw this eyeliner in the Avon book, it was the shades that appealed to me. I had no idea that the pen also had a nifty little sharpener in the cap to always keep the tip sharp, which also automatically has taken care of that pesky and messy business of sharpening the eyeliner - super! But I have to admit that even though the tip isn't blunt or flat, it's not as razor sharp as it was when it was new, but it's still very easy to work with and easily produces a fine line if that's the look you're going for.
Lately I've mainly been drawn to different shades of green, purple and blue so it's no surprise that the shades that I've bought are teal, lavender grey and midnight navy. The teal is a satin smooth, deep teal with a bronze undertone that really makes a statement. The lavender grey is a slightly dusky dark thistle purple with a silvery undertone that works beautifully with blue eyes and a neutral makeup. Lastly, the midnight navy is a lovely matte dark grey blue which is perfect for a softer version of a smokey eye. My favourite is probably the teal and as you see in the photo that's the one that I've worn the most, but I predict that I'll wear lavender grey a lot more this autumn and I think it will work really well with monochromes.
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This is a really great eyeliner and it's amazing value for money. For me personally it works much better than the usual Avon glimmer sticks, and I also prefer it to the Shock gel eyeliner - which is nice and soft to work with, but at least on me it smudges far too much. I would highly recommend the Always on Point Eyeliner and I hope that Avon works on the range of shades and adds some new interesting colors very soon.