The main claim of these eyliners is that they're a fusion of gel liners and liquid eyeliners, therefore the name: Gelquid. The waterproof combination of a creamy texture with great color payoff sounds promising. Etude claims that their product dries quickly without leaving a tight sensation on the lid and that it's suitable for very sensitive eyes.
The top of the packaging gives away the color of the contained product, as do the bottles that the liquid eyeliner comes in.
Each bottle contains 1.5g of product and should be shaken before use.
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#BK801 Black Hole: A deep black with a subtle shine to it. This is by far my most used shade out of the three. It's a true black, it doesn't look dark brown or grey when worn, which is a big plus.
#BR402 Deep Sand: A shimmery, light brown eyeliner. It's great for a more natural make-up look, but it's also a very specific shade. If you want a more versatile brown, I'd recommend you to go for #BR401 Espresso instead.
#RD301 Blood: A deep, red eyeliner that reminds me a little of vampires. The name choice was definitely the right one. This is the least versatile of the three and I doubt I'll ever really use it despite that I love the shade since I think it might clash with my blue irises. It's a gorgeous color, though, so if you're looking for a red eyeliner, this one is the one!