Review: Misel Ady Liquid Eyeliner Strong Waterproof

I’ve been using this eyeliner for months now. To be honest, I wasn’t expecting anything special from this product at all but to my surprise, it’s been a good buy. I bought this from a beauty shop in Ikebukuro.

Retail Price: 1000 JPY (tax excluded)


  1. Misel Ady (ミゼルエディ) is a Japanese brand aiming at ladies who want to look their best at all times. Thus a strong waterproof liquid eyeliner was created.
  2. A fast dry eyeliner that beautifully defines the eyes throughout the day.
  3. With 0.1mm brush tip
  4. Contains moisturizing ingredients
  5. Water-based
  6. Color: glossy deep black
  7. Available in 2 colors (black and brown)
misel ady liquid eyeliner strong waterproof


  1. Truly long lasting! It doesn’t even smudge. Here’s a photo.
The line/ color was still intact after 7 hours or so. Amazing!

2. I’m not a makeup expert but with this one, applying makes it easy. This is probably due to the well-defined brush tip.
3. Although it’s quick to dry, it doesn’t mess up upon application. You can still layer it.
4. It has never irritated my eyes.
5. No chemical-like odor
6. It’s resistant to sweat and sebum.
7. Packaging is simple but nice and secure. 
8. Its cap is tight enough. You can carry it anywhere you go.


  1. A bit expensive for me, but I have to admit that it’s worth the price.
  2. It’s not paraben-free. A few of the ingredients are propylparaben and methylparaben. I don’t use it everyday, so it’s not much of a problem. Also, the paraben concentration doesn’t exceed the limit.

What’s left to say is that I highly recommend this! What’s your favorite Japanese eyeliner brand?

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2 thoughts on “Review: Misel Ady Liquid Eyeliner Strong Waterproof

  1. I prefer a wider tip. But this being waterproof is a great plus. Actually, the price is pretty affordable, considering that it’s a Japanese brand. Liquid liners usually go for way more when it comes to Japanese and Korean brands. Great post!


    1. I’ve tried using a wider tip once and I just couldn’t make it right. 😀 I’ve seen liquid liners that cost less than a thousand yen here. I agree with you, but personally, I consider things that are small in volume and cost a thousand yen expensive. LOL
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts, dear! Appreciate it! 🙂


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