Storybook Cosmetics, the brand that made the internet go crazy over their Harry Potter-inspired wand brushes, has done it again! This time, they announced on Instagram that they will be releasing the Quill & Ink Liner duo in 2017.
And the best part? It’s probably easier to wait for it to launch than for our letter of acceptance from Hogwarts to come.
While they have not announced when exactly this will be released and whether we can expect a liquid, gel or cushion liner, if it’ll be available in more than one colour, and its price, this picture is enough to make all the fangirls go gaga.
From the concept picture, it looks like we can look forward to a vintage design, and a long quill brush.
If our experience with the wand brushes is anything to go by, you can expect to wait overnight before your laptops to snatch it up, or to be put on a long waiting list. In any case, you can be sure Daily Vanity will update you once we get hold of the information.
But if you can’t wait for a single day and are looking for alternatives, there are two you can get your hands on:
1. Stila La Quill Precision Eye Liner Brush
The Stila La Quill Precision Eye Liner brush was launched in 2015 and retails at USD32. You can use it together with their Got Inked Cushion Eyeliner (USD28). The plus point of getting this set is that there are six eyeliner colours to choose from, and reviews for the liner brush have been amazing.
2. Tony Moly Inked Cushion Liner Gel Type Eye liner
We haven’t been able to find more information about it, except on this retail website, at USD13.99 and in five shades. We love that the bottle that holds the cushion liner looks like an ink pot (compared to Stila’s) and Tony Moly has been well known for their gel eyeliner, so we’re hoping their other liners won’t disappoint.
If you have friends travelling to Korea (or if you are!) keep an eye out for this at the Tony Moly boutiques, which can be found anywhere in Seoul.
There are also two Tony Moly boutiques in Singapore (#02-25 Bugis Junction and #01-13 Jurong Point) that you can check out, but honestly, we aren’t counting on it because the stores here tend to carry only basic products and have less options than what you can get in Korea.