If you are an avid follower of makeup accounts on social media then you have probably come across the Perth makeup brand taking Instagram by storm. I am talking about no other than the eyeliner goddess’ at "The Quick Flick".
I first learnt of this company from their exposure on Shark Tank earlier in the year. As a makeup artist who has seen a few failed attempts of companies trying to create a “wing” stamp, I was sceptical to begin with. Months went on and I kept hearing people rave about "The Quick Flick" and decided to try it for myself. I love supporting a fellow Perth business and despite being a makeup artist a good wing stamp would be a great tool for those hectic mornings when I need to look presentable in a rush.
My preferences lead me to purchase the Grand 12mm stamp in Intense black for $34.99 (Disclaimer: This was purchased from my own pocket and all opinions are my own and not sponsored in anyway). They also have a brown and blue available as well as a Petite 8mm and Modest 10mm. Their diversity of product was an immediate stand out feature to me in comparison to what I have seen elsewhere on the market.
When the eyeliners arrived they were beautifully presented in pink and gold packaging complete with instruction card stating the best method for application. Safe to say I was excited to play!
"The Quick Flick" contains two pens, shaped for the Left and Right eye respectively. On one end of each pen is the stamp and the other end a felt tip like marker to line across the eye.
The box claims that it is a "Life proof formula" and I would definitely agree with this statement as it being one of the best liquid liner formulas out of the many that I have tried.
After trying The Quick Flick, I do feel as the price is worthwhile. When you are considering that you receive 2 eyeliner pens and 2 stamps you are really only paying approx. $17 per pen which is relatively on par with drug store prices. I felt this product was superior to other eyeliner applicators I have tried from the drug store so I would say the price tag is very reasonably priced. I am interested to see how many applications I am able to get out of the stamps and hopefully that doesn't change my views on it's value for money.