Though I’m usually a fan of slightly thicker sturdier brushes, the super thin brush that comes with Magic Ink gives you the option of deciding whether you want a thin sleek line for a daytime look, or a built up dramatic line for a night out.
The formula itself is a good consistency which creates a clean, rich and opaque black line (without flecks) in one swish and the liner actually has a lovely glossy finish when dry.
If you want to achieve the perfect winged liner then Benefit have come up with some great application tips:
1. In order to achieve a perfect line that doesn’t skip as you apply, swirl the brush around the opening to remove any excess ink.
2. Begin at the inner corner of the eye and dot along the lash line moving with the natural curve. Once you have finished connect the dots in fluid motion.
3. To finish off with a cat eye, wing the line up slightly at the angle of your lower lash line. Alternatively if you have an unsteady hand try placing a dot where you would like the wing to end before connecting it to your other liner.
Benefit Magic Ink is priced at £14.50 and is available from the Benefit website here.