Liquid e/l is my fave for its intensity. One of my fave YouTube MA adores this so I thought why not?
Price: ~$10 CDN
Pkg: thin felt tip applicator
Colour: matte black
I love that the felt tip is fine and draws super-thin line.
I have very oily lids and this holds up all day. But smudges a bit on lower lash liner after a few hrs
So yeah, I'd rec this to anyone<3
Btw it's pronounced lean-uhr en-tense cuz c'est francais. It just irks me when people say it wrong on YouTube
Lolz. So I've worn this for a week now and it's absolute BEST! This wears beautifully w/o smudging, flaking, or fading. Seriously, u can nap w/this on and it still looks the same continued >>
I have a love/hate relationship with that product. I love the felt tip. It's so smooth and malleable, you can trace perfectly with it. This was also my first liquid eyeliner and even though I was a beginner, my lines were still perfect. I also love that it's a longer pointier felt tip than most eyeliners, so you cant really get some liner wherever you want.
So the love stops here... I don't like the color of this product. It's really a shimmery black and I prefer matte eyeliners. Also it's reaaaally flaky. Crazy flaky. I had to put eyeliner several times (4-5x) a day just to make sure the line didn't disappear or looked like I hadn't removed my makeup from the day before. I tend to have a lot of flaking problems with drugstore mascaras or eyeliners, so I guess I'm going to have to stick to the higher end stuff. If you have a problem with flaking with cheaper products as well, you're probably not going to like this eyeliner. Also, I did use it with an eye primer base (tried two different brands just to make sure).
My verdict? If you're a beginner and you're scared of the whole application process with liquid eyeliners I would definitely recommend this one for practice. It's cheap (7.99$CAD on sale) and it gives ok results. If you're prone to flaking or are looking for a really matte look, don't bother buying.
The only liquid liner I use. If I had known about this I would never have bought Lancome's Artliner. It's the same thing, but the Carbon Black is even darker than Artliner in Noir. I've been buying Artliner for a long time because of the ease of the felt tip. When I read up about L'Oreal's product, it seemed like the same thing (which is a common phenomenon). After using this, I see no better quality in the Lancome product. This lasts just as well and the only differences seem to be a different shaped tube and money saved.
I like everything except for the most important thing - the colour. Look, the application is perfect, and so as the formula, in the sense that it is smudge-proof and waterproof. But the black colour is simply not intense enough. It is just not black enough for my taste. So I will keep on my search for the best black liquid eyeliner.
the best liner ever, i mean you can't screw up with this. totally worth the money=)
when it comes to drug store brands liners this is best eyeliner out there i love how the color is very rich stay on until you wipe it off its easy to wing out and i believe im on the 8th packing now.
This was my first liquid eyeliner. I saw that it was good for beginners because of the easy applicator so I decided to give it a try. However, the liner is incredibly flaky. Seconds after I apply the liner, I can see it flaking. While it does not smudge for me, it does not stay either. If I touch it or use a Q-tip to fix any stray marks, it rubs off really easily. I will not repurchase again.
This is definitely one of my go-to liquid eyeliners. (Though I must point out Iím not the best at applying eyeliner. I canít just draw a line in one swoop. I donít know how you awesome people do it; you probably have awesome hand-eye coordination. OkÖbut I digress!) So this product retails for $7.99 USD (at my local CVS). This eyeliner has a felt tip which is thin at the tip and it gradually thickens. I highly recommend using felt-tip eyeliners as they are more forgiving when lining your eyes. The cap is long enough for you to hold it like a pencil. Do shake this product, as you can hear the agitator clicking, before using. As for the felt tip I would say it's thicker than the Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eyeliner. So, some might find this tip too thick to draw a thin line. I don't have a problem with it. If you have trouble drawing a thin line, I can only recommend using a lighter hand and placing the eyeliner perpendicular your eyelid. The color ĎCarbon Blackí is an opaque black. The consistency of the eyeliner is wet, so do give several more seconds for it to dry. During application I noticed itís a bit glossy during application. The gloss will mute a bit when itís completely dry. It seemed like an issue for some. However, this product also claims to have an 8-hour staying power and I completely agree. I do think this is a great dupe for Lancomeís Artliner which costs $29.00 USD! Also this product isnít waterproof. Though with that said, removal is super easy! You can easily remove this eyeliner with makeup wipes alone sans eye makeup remover. And on a final note, this product comes in four colors: Carbon Black, Black Mica (soften Black color), Earthen Rock Brown, and Mineral Grey.
This is my HG liquid eyeliner! I love the color (rich dark matte) and the shape of the pen really makes the eyeliner easy to apply. I do a winged eyeliner look pretty much everyday of the week and I've tried tons of other liquid eyeliners and this one just goes on so easily and the pen is very easy to control. It stays put all day long, doesn't smudge and it's easy to take off too! (no waterproof eye makeup remover needed!)
This wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either.
The tip was pretty precise, but I had some difficulty creating my usual cat eye look with it. It lasted pretty well for a waterproof liner, and washed off easily. Sometimes it came out a bit heavy or too fluid for my taste, but that happens.
However, when compared to my usual liner, Maybelline Line Stiletto, it just wasn't as good. It was nowhere near as pigmented as I wanted (kind of a weak grey), and I found it sometimes tended to smear before it dried--a problem I had never had with the Maybelline one.