I used this for years and it worked great. Then I had my affair with Mac and Stila. They are good too but what I love is the applicator on this!! It's flexible !! It works!! It stays like a high end product! It's not perfect ! I wish it was waterproof! And it can move on occasion. But I do love it !!
I was looking for a brown liquid liner for months. I bought this thinking that it was a felt tip pen (in a hurry before work). When I seen that it was a felt tip liquid liner I was a little iffy that it wasn't a pen. I never have good experiences with liquid liners.
I was shocked that I like this product. I do not completely love it yet but its decent. The packaging is hard for me to hold on to but the brush makes up for everything. I can completely control my liner to make it however I want. Its nice and stiff and works amazingly. The quality of the product is also a plus for me. I work 10 hours and do a lot that causes me to stay warm and sometimes sweaty. It stays in place all night and it doesn't flake at all! It's a little dark for being a brown but I think its a great formula.
If you've ever experienced the wonder of Lancome's Artliner, you know what a perfect, foolproof liquid liner is like. This liner is *gasp* the fabled drugstore dupe for Artliner!
If you've never tried Artliner, you may skip along right to this eyeliner because it has many of the qualities that make it so reliable. The tip of both types of eyeliner are almost identically tapered felt tips. This is ideal because the felt ensures smooth, even application, and its tapered point allows the thinnest to the thickest of lines. The tip is moderately flexible which makes it easy to follow your eye's contour without being flimsy or too stiff. Both eyeliners are highly pigmented and longlasting, without flaking or fading for around 12 hours. Yet both formulas still are easy to correct when a mistake has been made in applying it. Additionally, the formula allows it to be smudged enough when wet for a gorgeous smoky effect, and dries fast enough in order to stay when curling eyelashes afterwards.
(It's ok if you didn't know this, because I didn't for quite some time, but L'Oreal is owned by Lancome, so obviously some of Lancome's designs and formulas are passed onto L'Oreal, especially in this case!)
I've been using this eyeliner for 4 years, and I've finally learned enough to clear up the confusion about all the different product reviews and names for the same eyeliner once and for all.
Walk into a drugstore cosmetic section, and head over to L'Oreal, and you may be mystified by the confusing eyeliner names and styles and colors that all seem to appear just a little bit different.
This wonderful gem of an eyeliner has had many names; Line Intensifique, Lineur Intense, Lineur Extreme Wear, but ignore the names in your quest as they will mislead you to some sub-par varieties of L'Oreal's liners. This liner comes in a tube a little thicker than, and about as long as a ballpoint pen. The most important thing to look for is that about one half of the liner that holds the pigment is a symmetrical tube, and the other half, the handle, is tapered and the handle's tip ends in an oval shape (i'll add a picture).
The container may be shiny black with gold writing, or a semi-matte, allover gold. BOTH are the same eyeliner, but different eyeliner colors! They have the same lasting power and formulation, but they are just different shades.
This eyeliner comes in the colors Carbon Black, Black Mica, and Earthen Rock. Carbon black (in the black tube with gold writing) is a dramatic, densely pigmented, deep black, the very closest to Artliner's black. Black Mica and Earthen Rock come in the allover gold containers. Both colors are appropriate for natural looks. I love using Black Mica because it is a very dark black, but it is a touch softer looking than Carbon black. It has a very slight shimmer to it. Earthen rock is a pretty, warm, coffee brown. It's not an intense, dark chocolate brown if that's what you are on the hunt for.
(for comparison, Artliner is $30, while L'Oreal's is around $7-9)
I hope this was helpful to you, and I hope that you are able to save some $$ and still have a gorgeous dependable eyeliner.
LO'real my love, what the heck is going on with you? Line Intensifique was a total joke. It did nothing but smudge below my aqua eyes. I will be searching for a HG eyeliner...elsewhere.
-Lorelai Chaos Brown-
LOVE. Goes on smooth and comes off easy if you don't have a steady hand (like me). Interesting packaging, but works out well. The applicator is great, much better than others I have tried. The gold flecks are nice too... adds a nice shine.
The ONLY liquid liner I have ever been able to use and tolerate. It is very easy to apply and washes off easily. I love the softer flexible tip. It applies very smoothly...no tugging. This is now my staple black liner. All other eyeliners I use are MAC eye kohls (Teddy, Powersurge and Tarnish). But when I want black liner...this is it! I like this much better than Cover Girl's Line Exact...that tip was too hard and tugged at my eye.
I agree with other reviews that line intensifique can be alternative for Lancome Artliner.It is very easy to use,dries quickly and washes off easy.More watery than artliner,but works very good for price.
I really like how easy this is to use. Gives a nice, clear defined line that can be either be dramatic or soft according to your mood. Of course I prefer the other liner intensique, but this is really close. I got this in carbon black. I love the staying power too. It cost me about 8 bucks, which is not bad.
I have been on a search for an eyeliner that will keep up with my long work shifts, but this is not the one. I bought this in black. The color is very rich, and it was easy and smooth on application, however, after about 3-4 hours it had smeared in the corners of my eyes. By the end of the day, it was all underneath my eyes and looked terrible. And so I say, my search continues.
I loove love love this liner! it creates the perfect cat-eyed-mysterious look that i was so lemming for after seeing one of my friends with that bombshell look. this review is for the black FELT TIP liquid liner that comes in a gold *very ELEGANT* tube =D I find this to be very easy to use and I had no trouble whatsoever with applying liquid liners with this. One thing I really wish they'd change is the non-waterproof part. That really bugs me because, since I use eye drops, they run! all. over. my. face. not a pretty sight!! but i love it too much to give it a 4 so 5 it will stay. ****EDIT*** i have given up on this eyeliner because its staying power sucks. After a couple of hours, this liner disappears on me. i guess it's the oils on my lids that are contributing to that, but what i look for in a eyeliner is something that will stay AND look good. Don't waste your $10 on this, pleaseee get MAC fluidline or Clinique brush on cream liner instead!