Yes, it's a she, because of the flower, ya know. Anyway, Karen left a comment about getting one in silver and using it on fabric. I could not imagine it would work that well on fabric. My white pen didn't work that great on fabric at all. But I found myself thinking about it off and on, wondering if maybe the metallics had a different consistency that worked better on fabric. The next time I was out and about, I looked at these pens again.
Wow, they had a whole bunch of new colors! But I must have been really tired, because I was distracted when I saw "Purple Chrome". All I could think was "ooh... shiny and pretty". And I bought one. Only after I got it home did I realize I had not paid attention to the packing one little bit, and this was not a nail art pen with the fine point, but a brush tip with a clicker on the end to pump the nail polish to the brush. Hmmm.
So, Miss Pen now has a Mister to join her, but I wasn't crazy about it myself. I tried it on fabric and it mostly soaked in. I tried it on a couple of other surfaces, and it was only okay, but it was hard to control the brush for "painting" or writing. Amazingly, it worked great on my thumbnail. If I were a girly girl who painted my fingernails a lot, this was the ticket... nice even flow without constant dipping into a bottle...
Anyway, I decided I had spent more than enough on nail polish pens for awhile. But I found myself again near some nail polish and took a chance on Little Miss Gold Pen. She's a star, she is.
Groovy! (By the way, the lighter word "test" was done with the nail art pen, and the brighter white words were done with a Signo gel pen. There is a swash of the purple chrome on the fabric piece too.)
This is what the three tips look like - two fine point art pens and one brush pen.
I still don't know how long they will last. I have to admit I'm pretty stingy in using mine, so they may last me a little while I hope. But I am already wondering if they can be refilled. I will definitely be trying that when they run dry.