I am a teenager, and I would say my experience level in the art world is around intermediate. Personally, I love these markers! I have purchased from Ohuhu before, but never their alcohol markers. I had watched many Youtube videos praising their price and wide range of colors in the skin tones. I was considering the 120 pack, but seeing that with the 160 pack it made a mere $5 or so difference, I went for these. Plus I really wanted to see how these would work out for myself.
And I am very pleased with the price, and range of colors that it offers. There are a lot of grays, pinks, blues and skin tones. They also offer purple, greens, and yellows, but those aren't as plentiful. The two groups of colors that only have a select few are red and oranges. There were only three I considered true orange, and one true red. That disappoints me slightly, but do not be mistaken as there are many variants of the color that I would consider to be more in the pink-red range, or the yellow-orange range. I was also happy to see a variety of pastels in the different color groups, as not all cheap alcohol marker brands will offer this.
Other than that, I am very happy with their blending abilities despite it not being a brush tip.You have the ability to build it up greatly, which is another plus. Overall I am very happy about this product. If you are looking for something cheaper than Copics. but still has good building up and offers things at a much nicer price, this is the brand to get the markers from!